ProGas Logo/Truck ProGas Propane tank
truck part home btn residential btn commercial btn gas and welding btn contact btn end
tire
       

Residential Gas Services
- Reading Your Gauge

grey line
 

red arrow Bill Paying / ProGas Advantage Programs

red arrow Enroll NOW!

red arrow Available Tanks

red arrow Reading Your Gauge

red arrow Propane SAFETY

red arrow Find a Propane Gas Refiller

red arrow Find an Exchange Location

  reading propane gauge
   
  Reading Your Propane Gauge

Reading your propane gas gauge is very simple to do.  The Gauge is located under the cap at the top of the tank.  If it is a tank from ProGas, your cap will be red in color.  The numbers on the gauge represent a percentage.  The pointer in the middle of the gauge points to one of those numbers.

Your propane tank is considered to be full at 80% allowing for the expansion of the propane vapor.  Here is an easy formula to figure out how many gallons of propane you have left in your tank:
 
Tank Size X Percentage (gauge reading) = Gallons
Example: A 150-gallon tank that gauge reads 75% would be 150 X .75 = 112.5 gallons
GAUGE READING
REMAINING GALLONS
 

120-GAL TANK

250-GAL TANK

500-GAL TANK

1000-GAL TANK

80%

96

200

400

800

70%

84

175

350

700

60%

72

150

300

600

50%

60

125

250

500

40%

48

100

200

400

*30%

36

75

150

300

*20%

24

50

100

200

*10%
12
25
50
100
*ProGas recommend that you call them when your gauge reads 30% so that there is ample amount of fuel for you to use before they arrive.

 





 

 

 

vertical grey line

progas propane logo
2314 Evans City Road
Zelienople, PA 16063
724.452.7262

4700 State Route 151
Aliquippa, PA 15001
724.375.0001

Toll Free: 1.866.452.7262
info@myprogas.com

Order Propane Here
ProGas Info Request btn
propane refilling locations
propane exchange locations
propane logo btn

Website Design by: Media Frogg Marketing and Communications