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april 2011

Power packs to facilitate the change of tanks

If you equip power packs with a manometer, they may provide us an indication of the tank level.

Do you need to avoid being without gas at home or while in motion on your trailer or camper? Would you like an easy way of replacing your tanks without dangerous losses and without interrupting the cooking of your dinner? The best method is to use one of the power packs produced in GNALI BOCIA’s Lumezzane plants.
Two or three connections facilitate the versatility of power packs, each one equipped with a shut-off valve, easy to switch on and off, in order to choose the most suitable tank to be used at that moment. Let us remember that the UNI 7131 standard states that it is not possible to leave a connection free, without a tank attached, for the sake of ensuring security.
At the output point of power packs, we may find a pressure reducer for the purpose of adapting the gas flow to the various users, which might be: boilers, stoves, or some other user devices. In order, moreover, to better highlight the state of capacity of the tank, we may also get a version fitted with a manometer.
The power packs that are produced and sold may be fixed onto a support wall or through a flanging fitted with holes, entirely derived in the brass body or through an iron bracket.


See also
03/05/2016 Mini power packs realized in brass and used to connect more than one tank. Mini power packs with two or three shunts to which more than one tank may be connected, equipped with a pressure reducer.

03/08/2016 Mini power packs, the compact solution for connecting tanks Mini power packs equipped with pressure gauge and unidirectional valve for an easier replacement of tanks

03/03/2018 Mini power-packs fundamental components for a compact system Use of mini power-packs saves space without compromising safety

03/10/2018 Fixing of mini-power packs for safety Mini-power packs equipped with bracket obtained in the unit or refitted in steel for a correct fastening

03/04/2015 Use of the mini power packs in outdoor demonstrations The UNI/TR 11426 technical regulation defines the rules on utilization of mini power packs as well in temporary installations.

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