Do you ever wonder how much propane you really have left in your tank? Yea…me too. I’ve never been able to get the water test to work. I can usually tell when a tank is full (it’s heavy) or empty (it’s light). But anything in between I struggle with. So, when I heard about a tool that would measure the level of propane in a tank, I wanted to try it.
Truma was kind enough to send me one of their LP LevelChecks. This easy to use tool measures the propane levels using ultrasound. You place the LevelCheck horizontally against the propane tank and simply push. If the light turns red, there is no propane at that level. If the light turns green, there is propane at that level. You simply move it up and down the tank to find where propane is in the tank. LevelCheck can be used on all steel and aluminum propane tanks that have diameters of 8” to 14”.
You can get your own Truma LevelCheck on Amazon.
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