Cheap PriceList for 293 PPR Male Union Ball Valve to Burundi Importers

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 293 PPR Male Union Ball Valve to Burundi Importers

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  • ***UPDATE INFO 7/13/15*** At the time I made this video I had never had a valve I couldn’t get to reseat in 15 years of refilling these tanks (and I’d refilled a lot of them). But tonight I went out to fill about 15 old 1-pound tanks that someone had brought me and I actually ran into two bad relief valves that would just not seal. Both of them were a bit rusted up and both of them were bone dry with no pressure in them. If I could amend my tutorial I would say that yes, it is possible to have a valve that won’t reseat. You could always just fill it a little bit, then work and check the valves to make sure they will reseal before you fill the small tank all the way. I also found that I could put the tips of the bent nose hemostat down on either side of the pin, grip the valve flats, and gently tighten the valve a little. Leak went away after that.

    ***Original Description Below***
    It can be nearly 700% (and yes, I know I screwed up the % more expensive calculation in the video) more expensive to buy propane in the 1lb bottles than it is to refill them from a BBQ tank using a refill adapter. I cover the economics and then demonstrate how to FULLY refill the standard Coleman 1lb propane cylinders WITHOUT sticking them in the freezer first. This technique is very handy when you’re a week into a camp and need to refill your small cylinder, but didn’t pack your freezer with you.

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