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http://www.pveng.com/ASME/ASMEComment/DualCert_LowTemp/DualCert_LowTemp.php At 100 deg F, propane will be about 170psi in the tank. (regulator will bring that pressure down)
110F -> ~ 200psi.
Maybe this is why propane tanks get painted WHITE.
Polyurethane would be your best choice if you wanted to use air hose for propane. polyurethane is resistant to a LOT of oils and gases. Heres a list. Thanks Ben
Posted:Dec 10, 2007
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