Gaslow High pressure hose for Butane 750mm long

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Gaslow High pressure hose for Butane 750mm long

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1 FAQ on the Gaslow High pressure hose for Butane 750mm long


I have just changed from a pre 2004 motorcaravan, where I used calor propane and camping gaz bottle with their own regulators, to a new 'van with a fixed 30 mbar regulator. I therefor need to buy a 1 metre pigtail to connect directly on to each of these bottles and on to a Gaslow autochangeover head (product 01-1755). Can you supply these pigtails and the changeover head please?
by Brian Ramsden


The changeover valve is our part 228075. The pigtail hose for propane will be our ref. 232220 (750mm long but should be sufficient). The pigtail for the Camping Gaz bottle will be part 231188 but you will also need adaptor 216921 to connect the hose to the Camping Gaz bottle.

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