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Whether you are going to barbecue at home or at the campsite, a well-filled gas cartridge or gas bottle is absolutely necessary. Our gas barbecues work on gas cartridges, refillable gas bottles or works directly on the outside connection of a motorhome or caravan. To connect your barbecue to gas, you need a corresponding pressure regulator. Before purchasing a pressure regulator, consider which type of gas supply you prefer and need:
Gas cartridges - or gas canisters as we also call them - are available in various variants: punctured cartridges with a content of 190 grams, gas cartridges of 227 grams with bayonet, and screw cartridges with a safety valve with a content of 445 or 500 grams. Most barbecues are connected to a screw cartridge by means of a pressure regulator. Only the Safari Chef HP works directly on a screw cartridge without a pressure regulator.
You can barbecue the longest with a refillable gas bottle. You then choose between a universal gas bottle or a Campingaz bottle (CG bottle) and a corresponding pressure regulator. In addition to the regular pressure regulators, we offer gas pressure regulators with an overflow regulator; it automatically switches off the gas supply if the gas hose is damaged or leaks.
If a refillable gas bottle is too big or too heavy and the gas content of a single gas cartridge is too little, then choose a Power Pak! With this you can easily combine the gas supply of two 445gr or 500gr cartridges (Dual Power Pak) or of three 227gr cartridges (Trio Power Pak).
If you have a motorhome or caravan with an outside connection, you can also connect your barbecue to that. For this we offer a 150cm gas hose or a 300cm gas hose. You no longer need a separate gas bottle.
A coupling piece with a Quick Release coupling is an indispensable tool; you can (un)connect your gas hose in no time at all. This is ideal for camping holidays or home use.