THE FIBERGLASS DIFFERENCE

In addition to traditional steel or aluminum cylinders we also offer composite cylinders for our propane. Made of a mixture of fibers and plastic resin instead of metal, composite cylinders are safer and lighter than steel or aluminum cylinders.

These Cylinders work with the same equipment with no need for special adapters or hardware. They also feature the same approved valves, pressure-relief devices, and overfill-prevention devices as traditional steel and aluminum propane tanks.

Unlike steel and aluminum tanks, composite tanks will not explode when put under stress. If a composite tank is caught in a fire it is designed to release and burn its gas in a controlled burn. Composite tanks are also tested for fire resistance when punctured with bullets.

When working with propane, safety is important, no matter the application. Composite tanks offer increased safety over steel and aluminum tanks as well as improved portability.

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UPGRADE TO A NEW FIBERGLASS TANK TODAY!

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LIGHTWEIGHT

UP TO 50% LIGHTER THAN STEEL

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SEE THE GAS

NEVER RUN OUT UNEXPECTEDLY

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SAFE

DOES NOT TIP OVER OR RUST

 

We proudly partner with Viking Cylinders.

Viking Cylinders, is a North American brand from Hexagon Ragasco, the world’s leading producer of composite LPG cylinders. 

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Viking composite cylinders are a safer, lighter alternative to steel and aluminum propane tanks. Constructed using a mixture of fibers and plastic resin instead of metal, Viking Cylinders tanks are designed with a three-layer construction:

  • A completely seamless, blow-molded liner

  • A fiberglass-wrapped plastic casing

  • A durable outer case

No special valve adaptors are needed to use or fill composite cylinders. All cylinders are manufactured in accordance with U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) special permits, and composite propane gas cylinders include the same approved valves, pressure-relief devices, and overfill-prevention devices as traditional steel and aluminum propane tanks.