|Brand||JONES STEPHENS||Nexgrill||Water Source||Mr. Bar-B-Q|
|Name||300 psi Water Test Gauge with 3/4 in. Hose Connection||Propane Tank Gauge||Water Test Pressure Gauge||Propane Gauge|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.393 lb||0.95||.25 lb||0.35|
|View Product||View Product||View Product||View Product|
Yes. The threads on all propane tanks are standardized. Just attach it to the tank and attach the line to it. Mine works great.
Yes it will
The automatic shutoff in the tank is probably the issue. Close the burner valves and attach the gauge to the hose. Then attach to the tank. Then open the tank valve. That should reset the tank shutoff.
I'd guess it would be good idea...Why would you not?
I cannot answer that question, check with manufacture on specifications of the device.
Hello Art, my name is Connie on behalf of Nexgrill Industries. You will need to contact the manufacture to see if this is compatible but it should work as long as it is attached to a 20lb tank (nothing bigger) and a propane regulator hose. If you have any further questions, please contact us here at 800-913-8999 and we can further assist you. Thank you and Have a great day!!
I would think so But I would check with the manufacture to insure compliance for your Safety.
why is you're tank horizontal in the first place? I wouldn't have a horizontal tank.
Either you have a defective gauge or their wasnt a proper and tight seal when connected to tank. If you have an older tank you may want to also check the hose for a leak. That has happened to me once.
This gauge is not a pressure gauge. It measures the capacity of the portable tank based on Propane vapor pressure which is about 225 psig so it should be useful to you to prevent running out of fuel.