Trio Power Pak

Trio Power Pak

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  • Lightweight, portable gas supply
  • For use with 3x 227g cartridges (not included)
  • With CADAC Quick Release coupling
  • Comes with 105 cm gas hose
  • Including storage bag
  • 2 Year warranty
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Article number 370-EF

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  • Article Number: 370-EF
  • EAN: 6001773117289

The CADAC Trio Power Pak is a portable, lightweight gas supply for your gas barbecue or stove. It is ideal to take with on camping holidays.

The holder fits 3 gas cartridges of 227 grams. You simply connect your gas appliance to the Power Pak. The Trio Power Pak weighs only 1.2 kg and makes a heavy gas bottle unnecessary.

The housing of the Trio Power Pak has a detachable back, so that the cartridges can easily be clicked into the device. By combining the gas supply of the cartridges, the cartridges will freeze less quickly and the device can also be used at lower temperatures.

The 3 cartridges (not included) supply gas to the device at the same time. However, the Trio Power Pak can be used with cartridges containing different amounts of gas. The Power Pak can also work with 1 or 2 gas cartridges! There is no need to replace the 3 cartridges at the same time - the cartridges can be removed or replaced separately.

You can easily (un)connect the gas hose with the integrated Quick Release coupling. This way you can disconnect the gas hose with just a single 'click'. A 105 cm gas hose is included.

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.

Includes handy storage bag.

Dimensions: 17 x 22 x 26 cm (W x H* x D)

* total height

Trio Power Pak | CADAC Gasbarbecues



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. Butane is therefore unusable for a winter barbecue or when used high in the mountains. Butane gas, on the other hand, is cheaper than propane and gives off more combustion heat.

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.

Trio Power Pak


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