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post #22 of (permalink) Old 16-01-2019, 07:15
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Originally Posted by Rochdalemasher View Post
I an seriously considering refillable gas bottles. As i am only able to fit in two 6kg bottles in my gas locker. I have a solar system with a couple of leisure batteries and an inverter if i do need any mains power in an emergency. I also tend to save a few quid as i dont use the EHU so i now use extra gas for heating and powering the fridge a lot more. Trouble is i am torn between Gasit and Gaslow Although the Gasit ones are much cheaper the kits do not seem to come with some of the pigtails needed to plumb it all in. Also when i read up on the Gaslow kit i read that they have more stringent safety features than Gasit when it comes to use in the EU. The EU use with the extra safety features has me leaning more towards the Gaslow kits. Am i being daft or should i go with the cheaper gasit ones?
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Mick

Gasit does have all the gear you need Mick, I ordered a full 2 x 11kg kit, they have also recently upgraded a lot of there kit to supersede EU regs, if unsure of what they have give them a ring, they are very knowledgable, also they have a good few videos on YouTube of how to do it all if you are unclear of the procedure.
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