Refillable Steel Propane Cylinders-4.5 lb. / 1 gal.

Catalog Item # 56052

Power RV appliances, grills and other propane accessories.

Engineered for lightweight strength, with all-steel construction and rust-inhibiting powder coat paint. All manufactured to DOT specifications with Overfill Prevention Device (OPD).

Technical Specifications

11 lbs.
12 inches tall with a diameter of 9 inches

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 21 reviews (5 Based on 21 Reviews)

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Refillable Steel Propane Cylinders-4.5 lb. / 1 gal.

by Harlan Merwin – April 11, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

Great for small grills, while at home or traveling. Light weight and portable, but with enough fuel to really power a grill. Campi

Nice Tank

by Anonymous – April 23, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

We needed a small propane tank to go with the little portable campfire. This tank is nicely sized for that use. It works well and

4.5 Propane Cylinder

by Marcia Taylor – July 25, 2011
4 out of 5 stars

We bought this size tank to use with an on demand tankless water heater. We do not have a hot water tank in our pop-up, so we o


by brett david – October 13, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

Better then the disposable ones providing more use and easy to tote.

Propane Tank

by RT – September 13, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

So what does one say on how good a new propane tank can or will be? I will say the tank was delivered within the time promised.

If the firepit uses a Type 1 ACME connection for an OPD valve(like SKU#24033, yes this tank can be used as well. How long this tank will last depends on the BTU capability of the firepit. According to the NPGA, 1 gallon of propane is 91,502 BTUs. As an example, SKU#60217 is a table fire pit with a 45,000 BTU burner. 1 gallon of propane has an approximate runtime of 2.03 hours when the firepit is at maximum burn.
by Camping World – May 24, 2016
No, the tanks are empty and have to be filled before use.
by Camping World – May 20, 2016
This refillable propane tank will work on a grill with a typical regulator with ACME nut fitting. While the size of the tank has changed compared to a typical 20# model, the valve is the still the same.
by Camping World – September 08, 2015

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