Yes, i use the 20# tanks on my fork lift.
I purchased the fittings at airgas, they have
the proper CGA fittings. I also have an adaptor
that allows me to use the disposable 1# cylinders
for those times i run out of gas in the middle of the
I assumed I would have to lay the tank on it's side to get liquid. Is
there something internal in the tank to prevent that?
I did see a tank on Craig's list for $100 half full, and I can probably
borrow one and can always rent one. I just thought it would be
convenient to use a BBQ tank.
The "New" tanks prevent flow if tipped over.
I have a shoulder high (some say 30 gal) tank that is full flow.
I use with my torch or my furnace.
The new 'safety' tanks throttle the flow even when turned full on.
I use them year long outside and found the metal of the valve binds
and prevents opening. I have to wait for summer to verify the full
On 4/17/2015 9:38 AM, Tom Gardner wrote:
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