Propane (Painted red) freezes at -42 celsius and propane cylinders are primarily used for heating homes (central heating systems), cooking (including mobile catering) and some commercial applications like forklift trucks and pheasant rearing.
Butane (Painted blue) freezes at 0 celsius and therefore cannot be used for outdoors in the winter months. Butane Cylinders are normally used for cabinet heaters, mobile homes and some BBQs.
Appliances – some appliances run on Propane and some use Butane. Confusion can arise with products like BBQs where some manufacturers design them for Propane and others for Butane. ALWAYS check instruction booklets for the product and/or with the company that supplied the product.
I have an unwanted Countrywide cylinder; I would like to dispose of it. Would you be able to arrange this?
I have purchased a Countrywide Cylinder. Should I have received a regulator with it, or do I buy it separately?