Ideal for camping holidays

Dual Power Pak

Dual Power Pak

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  • Lightweight alternative to the refillable gas bottle
  • Operates on 2 CADAC gas cartridges (not included)
  • Suitable for most gas barbecues
  • Ideal for camping holidays
  • Comes with 85 cm gas hose
  • 2 Year warranty
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Ideal for camping holidays

Article number 346-10-EF

€39.95
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  • Article Number: 346-10-EF

An amazing innovation from CADAC; the Dual Power Pak is the first of its kind. A portable dual gas cartridge supply that drives most gas appliances such as small barbecues, camping stoves and small heaters. It is lightweight and portable, making it perfect for camping, picnicking and caravanning.

Utilises 2x 445g or 2x 500g CADAC threaded EN417 gas valve cartridges (not included), and combining the gas supply which is regulated consistently to 28mbar, regardless of external temperature, to power the appliance.

Includes a gas hose of 85 cm with hand wheel for easy loosening and tightening.

Our pressure regulators meet the highest safety level and European standards and regulations. We recommend that you replace your gas hose and pressure regulator every 5 years.

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FAQ

What is the difference between butane and propane?

A gas barbecue works on butane, propane or a mixture of these two types of gas. The difference is the boiling point; the temperature at which it changes from liquid to gas and vice versa. At a lower temperature, gas becomes liquid and therefore unusable for your barbecue. With butane this boiling point is around 0°C and with propane at about -42°C. This makes Butane unusable for a winter barbecue or for use at high altitudes however, it is more affordable and more efficient than Propane.

The gas flow of my PowerPak has stopped. What can I do?

The PowerPak is secured against leaking. When the gas valve of the PowerPak is opened while not being attached to a barbecue, it automatically blocks the gas flow. The PowerPak has to be reset (outdoors);

  • Turn off the gas supply of the PowerPak.
  • Unscrew the hose of the PowerPak (with supplied wrench).
  • Insert a blunt object in the gas outlet. This eliminates the pressure in the gas pressure regulator.
  • Screw on the hose again.

NOTE: Before the gas valve on the PowerPak is opened it must be connected to a device.

How long can I barbecue on gas?

We are regularly asked how long the BBQ works on a gas cartridge, gas canister or a gas bottle. This depends on a number of things:

  • The type of gas cartridge, gas can or gas bottle you use
  • The type of BBQ you use; a large barbecue naturally consumes more gas than a small model because they often have a larger gas burner with a more powerful flame
  • Weather conditions; cold weather consumes more gas than warm weather; you need more power (and thus gas) then
  • The position of the gas tap; do you grill on full gas, medium or on the lowest setting

To give you an indication, the table below shows how long a barbecue works on average on a gas canister/gas cartridge or gas bottle.

  Safari Chef Citi Chef 40 Carri Chef 2 Cook
CADAC Gascartridge 500g 4 hours 3 hours 2 hours 3 hours
CADAC Trio Power Pak 6 hours 4,5 hours 3 hours 4 hours
CADAC Power Pak 8 hours 6 hours 4 hours 6 hours
Universal gasbottle 5kg 40 hours 23 hours 20 hours 31 hours
Universal gasbottle 10kg 77 hours 46 hours 37 hours 63 hours

 

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