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Worthington Cylinders Propane Tank, 100-Lbs., Model# 303953

Item# 172870
This Worthington Cylinders 100-lb. 23.6 gallon propane tank is manufactured to DOT specifications. Features a POL valve and powder-coated finish for years of service. U.S.A. Finish Type Powder-coat, Compatible With Propane, Cylinders qty. 1, Capacity 100 Lb. 23.6 gallons, Closure Type POL valve, Common Usage Propane tank.
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Questions & Answers for Worthington Cylinders Propane Tank, 100-Lbs., Model# 303953

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Is this ASME certified with a metal plate to indicate that? And also, is this tank suitable for a Kenmore stove/range/oven?

asked 9 months ago
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The Worthington Cylinders Propane Tank is not ASME certified and any use with specific appliance would need to meet the appliance manufacturers specifications.
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Compatible with BBQ fittings?

asked 1 year, 3 months ago
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The Worthington 100 lb propane tank is not compatible with common BBQ fittings. For use with BBQ fittings you would want to look for tanks that have standard OPD valves not POL valves.
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How long can I expect a full tank to last?

I will be using this heater to heat at +/- 60 - 65 degrees for about 10 hours per day (night) in an insulated 330 sq ft space.
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The expected time of a full propane tank to last would depend on the fuel consumption rate of the heater you will be using.
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How far from house can it be in house or on side of house?

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These tanks cannot be put inside the house. It can be set up against the outside of the house.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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Valve size

What is the vlave size and female or male.
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
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ropertimebar
 - Minnesota
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100 pound propane tanks use different type of fittings than smaller tanks. 20LB, 30LB and 40LB Propane Tanks will us the standard OPD valve while 100LB Propane Tanks use a POL (510)
outlet valve with liquid level feature. The valve on the tank has a male fitting.
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Dimensions of this vessel?

asked 1 year, 3 months ago
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The Worthington Cylinders propane tank is 46.3" (inches) high and 15.1" (inches) in diameter.
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Will this be big enough?

Looking to purchase a propane tank for our home to use for our gas logs only. Wanted to know if this would be suitable for what I need it for. Thanks!
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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The Worthington Cylinders Propane Tank, 100-Lbs., would need to be placed outside your home and should be sufficient to use for your gas logs.
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very much so but I recomend two if you use it a lot or plan to add but talk to you gas people for an install as you will need the tanks located close enuff to the road to be refilled
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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magnusfl
 - Tampa
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What is the standard size propane tank for LP gas for a small home. I'm interrested in purchasing my own tank instead of renting it.

asked 3 years ago
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cynthiaM
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LP tank sizes can vary widely. Some homes may have as little as a 50-lb tank if only using it for supplemental heating, up to a 1,000-lb tank for homes running most appliances on LP. You will simply need to find out approximately how much propane you are currently using, and how ofter you would like have the tank(s) refilled to determine what size tank is best for you.
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Thant depends on usage but the most common is two 100 pound tanks and using the old trick is tun one off till you run out and switch to the other one and swap it out but with the new top off deliverys that is not needed any more and many reduce the need for the second tank as we have a gas dryer a gas cook top and our BBQ Hooked in and found we only need one tank with a top off refill every 4 months
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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magnusfl
 - Tampa
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May these tanks be stored & used horizontally?

asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
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This propane tank is only to be used and stored in a vertical position.
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Can this cilinder be used on a forklift?

asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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 - Miami - FL
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No, This unit does not have the proper fittings to be used on a forklift. This unit has a POL (Prest-O-Lite) fittings an ODP (ozone depletion value) would be required for a foklift.
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