Model # 309791

Internet #202034840

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Bernzomatic 20 lb. Empty Propane Tank
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Bernzomatic

20 lb. Empty Propane Tank

  • Durable powder-coated glaze
  • Weather resistance
  • Overfill prevention device
$29.97 /each

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The Worthington Pro Grade 20 lb. Empty Propane Tank goes with your gas barbecue grill (sold separately) and accommodates 4.7 gallons of gas. The tank is refillable so you can use it for years. You can also easily carry it around with you to get refilled and take it wherever you need it ─ your home, RV, vacation home and more.

  • Low-pressure cylinder for storing liquid propane
  • Ideal size for gas grills
  • Steel construction
  • OPD on the valve for safety when filling
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Ratings (155) (66) (120)
Pre-Filled No No No
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is the 30 charge include filled?

Asked by: blah
No. The tank comes empty, but it is pre-purged, so all you have to do is visit a local propane dealer, and for about $10 get 25% more fuel than the 16# refillables
Answered by: DesertKnucklehead
Date published: 2016-10-25

Does it have a fuel gauge?

Asked by: qiyo
no it does not
Answered by: Rose
Date published: 2016-11-15

If I buy propane tank for grilling at Home Depot, how do I get the tank filled?

Asked by: griller
All you have to do is google fill propane tank and a list of suppliers will come up. You can also check gas stations in your area as some will fill tanks.
Answered by: Carlucci
Date published: 2016-05-26

What is the empty weight of a 20 pound LPG tank, and what is the weight of the tank when it is full?

Asked by: northridge
The tare or "unladen" weight of a 20 pound propane tank is usually about 18 pounds, so when the tank is full, it should show about 38 pounds on the scale.
Answered by: BBQGuy
Date published: 2016-12-13
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Customer Reviews

20 lb. Empty Propane Tank is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 153.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Made in USA, price is good but be careful picking one out. Several at the store had welding slag ... Made in USA, price is good but be careful picking one out. Several at the store had welding slag rattling around inside the tank, not sure slag would ever get drawn up and out but why take a chance? More important, check the manufactured date on the top, mine was made over a year prior to purchase and I didn't catch it until after I filled it. They are only good for 12 years from manufactured date before requiring recertification.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased two, took them to be filled and found that one tank had a bad valve and would not tak... I purchased two, took them to be filled and found that one tank had a bad valve and would not take in fuel. It became quite a pain to return it to HD, get an exchange and then hope the replacement would work.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tank comes empty, but pre-purged.... so, a short ride to the nearby propane dealer, and $10 later... Tank comes empty, but pre-purged.... so, a short ride to the nearby propane dealer, and $10 later, the tank is full, and just one more fill will break-even with the Rhino refillables. After that, I'm saving $10 every fill for 25% MORE fuel!
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good tank at reasonable price only problem is that one of the two had not been purged. Good tank at reasonable price only problem is that one of the two had not been purged.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So I would have given this tank a five out of five, but I had to inspect lots of tanks on the she... So I would have given this tank a five out of five, but I had to inspect lots of tanks on the shelf at Home Depot to find one that did not have many big paint chips. This is not the fault of Home Depot - but rather the manufacture should put some kind of cardboard sleeve around the tanks so when they ship on the pallet, they do not knock against each other and chip the paint. I think I have a can of spray paint at home that I could have used to touch up the chips, but that would adds some steps and time to getting it into service. I liked how it came with a vacuum inside the bottle - this makes getting the tank filled for the first time a lot easier and I did not have to search for a propane specialty shop that would have someone trained on this process.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Be picky when selecting yours... Made in USA, price is decent but be careful picking one out. Several at the store had welding slag rattling around inside the tank, not sure slag would ever get drawn up and out but why take a chance? More important, check the manufactured date on the top, mine was made over a year prior to purchase and I didn't catch it until after I filled it. They are only good for 12 years from manufactured date before requiring recertification.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from buying it was a mistake. Paying to swap the empty for a full one cost $4 more than just waiting ... buying it was a mistake. Paying to swap the empty for a full one cost $4 more than just waiting until I was at the store and buying the pre-filled tank. I should have cancelled the purchase on the spot, but preferred not to fuss. And the grill I was buying to use it with has been on backorder, so it has just been sitting waiting..
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easiest way to get a new supply, or spare supply, of propane, is to buy an empty in the store and... Easiest way to get a new supply, or spare supply, of propane, is to buy an empty in the store and then swap it out for a filled tank at the refill station outside. This is a good quality tank that won't be in your possession that long if you swap tanks.
Date published: 2016-12-27
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