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Substitute that number in all rows of the exchange. I have nothing against the tank exchange companies. They have found a new business model that works for them and certainly has some consumer benefits, often at a price.
Nothing wrong with that at all. I do not care for the practice of only filling the tanks to 15 lbs, even if they do clearly label it. For me, it doesn't pass the smell test, however.
The label should say "This 20 lb tank is only filled to 15 lbs for our benefit, not yours". If the propane exchange companies filled the tanks to the near 20 lb full, safe limit, I would have never written this web page.
But stick to the facts. Don't call me an idiot because I used incorrect grammar somewhere. I have a wife for that.
Blue Rhino TS2 tanks. I do not know if these still exist. I have not seem them locally, and most online discussions on them seem pretty old. The purpose of this is to prevent you from refilling one of those cylinders at your local propane refiller. The tank can only be refilled by them due to some sort of magnetic interlock, for which they have the key.
They will try to play the safety card. To force you to do a tank exchange with them instead of refilling. To reduce their theoretical liability a tiny tiny tiny bit. The refiller may overfill or do something else wrong and then you the customer claim it was Blue Rhino who did it not the refiller. In reality the OPD prevents the overfilling, and if that fails, the bleeder valve tells them and you while you watch that the tank is full.
Just an excuse by corporate lawyers to put in something that will prevent you from saving money. They claim that some of their tanks do not have the TS2 valve. I have read that it varies by distributor. I have asked the place where I refill and was told that they have never come across one that they could not fill.
Apparently there is a triangular indentation on the value itself on the TS2 valves not to be confused with the triangular valve handle that you turn, which is on ALL newer tanks.
By the way, you OWN the cylinder. You are not borrowing it from them, so you have the right to do what you want. The standard BBQ tank is generally referred to as a 20 lb tank as that is the amount of propane that it will safely hold.
Some might hold slightly less than this as the OPD valve varies in size, but it is well over 19 lbs. The tank is NOT filled all the way to the top with liquid.Aug 30, · metal sucks how to write breakdowns with a deck of cards completely unreadable band logo of the week: win an -tweet share.
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