Internet #202034839

Model # 281165

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11 lb. Empty Propane Tank

  • Accompanies your grill and holds 2.6 gallons of gas
  • Easy refillable for a convenient, long-lasting use
  • Easily portable for on the-go use
$ 62 99

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Product Overview

  • Accompanies your grill and holds 2.6 gallons of gas
  • Easy refillable for a convenient, long-lasting use
  • Easily portable for on the-go use
The Worthington Pro Grade 11 lb. Empty Propane Tank goes with your grill (sold separately) and holds 2.6 gallons of gas. It's refillable for your convenience. In addition, you can easily carry it around with you not only to and from the store to get it refilled, but also to wherever you need it ─ your home, RV, vacation home and more.
  • Low-pressure cylinder for storing liquid propane
  • Steel construction
  • Durable powder-coated glaze for weather resistance
  • Overfill prevention device (OPD) on the valve for safety when filling
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Accompanies your grill and holds 2.6 gallons of gas
  • Easy refillable for a convenient, long-lasting use
  • Easily portable for on the-go use
Model #: 281165
Internet #: 202034839

The Worthington Pro Grade 11 lb. Empty Propane Tank goes with your grill (sold separately) and holds 2.6 gallons of gas. It's refillable for your convenience. In addition, you can easily carry it around with you not only to and from the store to get it refilled, but also to wherever you need it ─ your home, RV, vacation home and more.

  • Low-pressure cylinder for storing liquid propane
  • Steel construction
  • Durable powder-coated glaze for weather resistance
  • Overfill prevention device (OPD) on the valve for safety when filling
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Pre-Filled No No No No
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
9.1 in
Assembled Height (in.)
16.8 in
Assembled Width (in.)
9.1 in
Product Diameter (in.)
9.1 in

Details

Number of cylinders included
1
Outdoor Living Product Type
Liquid Propane
Pre-Filled
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tank weight (lb.)
13.1

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
9.1 in
Assembled Height (in.)
16.8 in
Assembled Width (in.)
9.1 in
Product Diameter (in.)
9.1 in

Details

Number of cylinders included
1
Outdoor Living Product Type
Liquid Propane
Pre-Filled
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tank weight (lb.)
13.1

Questions & Answers

What is the width of the container

What is the width of the container
Asked by: Jim
what is the width or diameter of the cylinder and overall height?
Answered by: jon
Date published: 2019-12-20

Any idea what the weight would be on a full tank?

Any idea what the weight would be on a full tank?
Asked by: Torch
previous answer was wrong. the tank weighs 13.0 pounds empty the tank weight is 24 pounds full
Answered by: mnm6080
Date published: 2020-07-09

What is the “Country of Manufacture” of this tank? Is it constructed in the USA or elsewhere? Is...

What is the “Country of Manufacture” of this tank? Is it constructed in the USA or elsewhere? Is the “OPD Valve” made in the USA?
Asked by: TR
As far as I know, it’s U.S. made! WORTHINGTON HAS A PLANT IN INDIANA!
Answered by: Petepa
Date published: 2020-04-12

I want to use this tank on a Lagoon 380, which has dual propane tank compartments of dimension 17...

I want to use this tank on a Lagoon 380, which has dual propane tank compartments of dimension 17" high and 11' diameter. Will an 11 lb Worthington Pro Grade fit and be safe in a dry area of the catamaran?
Asked by: SierraHiker
I used it in a Beneteau 331 and it fits instead of the Worthington Aluminum 10lb tank. Have it for a year and still a little concerned about the rust. I went that way it because of the age restriction on the Al tanks. I am planning on taking care of the lower rim to avoid rust.
Answered by: TheNors
Date published: 2018-06-06
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