For those who have a plan to go on camping with propane camp stove, some of them may feel uncertain on how to transport it. Since propane camp stoves are kinds of explosive materials, you have to be very careful when transporting them. Only one misstep you take can potentially cause a lot of misfortune and grief. Actually, there are several steps that you can take for transporting your propane camp stove safely to your camp site. Just follow some tips below.
As the first step, you need to put on your gloves and safety goggles. When you are working with propane, it sometimes can shoot out at you. That is why you need protection of your hands and eyes in order to avoid if just in case this happens. If certain part of your body is touched by propane, it can freeze that part of the body for almost instantly. Therefore, you have to be very careful.
The second step that you should do is to unhook the propane tank from the stove. You have to make sure that all the explosive gas is already unhooked from your stove before the transportation.
The third step is to place your propane tank for your propane stove in your vehicle. You need to make sure that you store it in the place where there is some shade in your car. Besides, you also have to make sure that there is nothing too heavy or pointy which can fall on the propane tank. It is because the sudden trauma and under extreme pressure from the heavy things outside the tank can generate an explosion.
The fourth step is to disassemble your propane stove and then place it into the box. This can help you to easily transport it because it makes the propane stove more compact.
Finally, you can place the propane stove in your vehicle. Try to find the space in your vehicle that will not make it gets banged up. If the gas is punctured during transporting, you may find leak propane for cooking at your campsite. Therefore, you have to carefully place the stove in your vehicle.
When talking about transporting, there is common equipment that used in industrial to transport items like foods, electronics, and so forth which called conveyor.
By: Alexander O Mcgee