Propane Facts

Propane Distribution

Propane Trucks

The propane gas distribution system is supported by numerous storage plants in the service area that enables the District to meet the total requirements of our propane customers in extreme weather conditions.


How to read your propane tank percentage gauge:

  If Gauge Reads
                         Number of Gallons Remaining
150 Gal. Tank     200 Gal. Tank     250 Gal. Tank    500 Gal. Tank
80 %
       120                     160                      200                     400
70 %
       105                     140                      175                     350
60 %
        90                      120                      150                     300
50 %
        75                      100                      125                     250
40 %
        60                       80                       100                     200
30 %
        45                       60                         75                    150
IF GAUGE READS LESS THAN 25 % ORDER GAS NOW!!
DON'T LET YOUR TANK RUN OUT OF GAS!
20 %
        30                       40                         50                     100
10 %
        15                       20                         25                      50

Look at the gauge attached to the tank with numbers from 5 to 95. Numbers indicate the percentage of gas remaining in the tank. If your tank gauge reads 25 % or less, call your propane supplier for a refill. We recommend that you learn how to read your tank gauge, and develop the habit of checking it on a regular basis, especially if you choose not to participate in our company's Keep-Full program.


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