Gas supply

What is the shelf life of gas hoses and pressure regulators?
Our gas hoses and pressure regulators comply with the highest safety level and European standards and regulations. There are no strict requirements for replacing your gas hose, but we recommend to replace your gas hose every 5 years.
Where do I leave my empty gas can?
After use, you can dispose of your empty gas can or cartridge with the residual waste in the gray container or hand it in as scrap iron at the recycling center in your area.  BLOG | Safe gas barbecue
What is a gas pressure regulator?
A gas pressure regulator (together with a gas hose) is the connection between a gas bottle and, for example, a gas barbecue. The gas pressure regulator ensures that the gas pressure coming out of the gas bottle is reduced. This way you can safely connect...
What is a hose tail?
With a hose tail you can easily screw your gas hose to, for example, a gas barbecue. Do not forget to use a hose clamp (usually not included) to clamp the hose properly around the hose tail. The ridges on the hose tail provides a good seal. BLOG | ...
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. ...
What's the difference between 30mBar and 50mBar appliances?
In most EU countries the standard gas pressure is 28-37mBar. These should be used with a 30mBar regulator.