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The 20 lb propane tank is the most commonly recognized. It's usually referred to as a "propane grill tank", and it's the most popular size used to power propane grills, small RVs, and travel trailers. Mobile kitchens and food trucks, on the other hand, may use up to a 100 lb cylinder to power their operation.
20# to 100# Cylinders - Have to be in Certification
Truck Bed or Trailer if you’re driving a pickup truck or have a trailer attached to your vehicle, make sure you carefully secure your portable propane tank with a bungee cord or rope. You want to make sure the tank stays upright during the drive and prevent it from sliding or bouncing around.
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Almost all portable propane tanks—like those used in grills, travel trailers, fifth wheels, and others—are considered Department of Transportation (DOT) cylinders because they can be transported on the road and the Department of Transportation is the governing body for these tanks. In order to make sure these cylinders are operating safely, they need to be re-certified by a trained professional at established intervals.
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