A Benegas bulk tank is the best option for your home if it is not connected to the natural gas network. Propane gas is ideal for heating and for providing warm water in your home. After Benegas installs your gas tank, we also take care of topping up the tank. You can forget worrying about your gas tank. Contact one of our local area managers directly. Our area managers are gas tank specialists in your area. Contact one of them directly at the bottom of this page and benefit from all the advantages of propane gas!
Enjoy a relaxed, warm winter thanks to our telemetry system. Telemetry ensures thank your gas tank is always filled. The system automatically signals when your tank is almost empty. The telemetry system can be linked to automatic gas delivery, or it can send you a text message so that you can decide yourself when you order gas.
The propane tank contains liquid propane gas, but it is never 100% filled. There must always be room for the gas to expand. This room, located above the liquid gas, is needed to convert the liquid gas into vapour.
The degree to which this process can continue is determined by a number of factors, including the liquid’s surface area, the remaining contents of the tank and the ambient temperature (evaporation capacity). The Benegas telemetry system keeps precise track of this for you.
A gas tank is a pressurised vessel. Every colour has its own degree of heat absorption. The darker the colour, the more heat it absorbs in direct sunlight. The effect of this type of external heat must be kept to a minimum. The tank can withstand increasing pressure, but if pressure in the bulk tank becomes too high then protective features become effective to reduce the pressure (‘let off steam’).