Camper Van propane tank gauge

Know when your Propane tank is low

Propane tank level Indicator

In some custom Sprinter conversion vans the propane tank can be in a hard to reach location. Lifting and shaking a tank to see how much gas is remaining can be a pain. Playing the guessing game on how much gas you have left is not fun either. Installing a Propane tank gauge level indicator on your van camper propane tank can make monitor fuel level easy without removing the tank. The color-coded dial allows you to see at a glance when your propane level is low. Now you never have to wonder how much gas you have left again! One more thing to make your vanlife simpler. Great Ambulance conversion propane tank gauge.

How do I know when my propane tank is low

If your propane tank does not have a level indicator the one way to know how much gas is in the tank is to lift the tank to fill how heavy the tank is. This is a guessing game and you will have have a feel for how much a tank weighs empty and full. Installing a propane tank level indicator will make it easy to know where the gas level is at a glance.

In your mercedes camper the tank gauge also comes in a Y-splitter giving you the option for two propane hookups. Both are heavy duty 100% solid brass construction withstands weather, dents, and corroding.

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