Prepare with CoEnergy Propane for the next natural disaster or election.
No one wants to think of a disaster, but it’s important to plan ahead and be ready for one. Experiencing a natural disaster without being prepared is not safe or fun. Having the ability to keep the lights on when the electricity goes out is critical to keeping your family and property safe. A propane generator can help you be prepared for emergency situations.
Propane fuel is available even when the gas pumps aren’t running, as it’s stored in individual or bulk cylinders.
The shelf life of propane is considered limitless, unlike gasoline, which can start to degrade after a few months without stabilizers.
A propane generator that hasn’t run for months isn’t going to be full of contamination or carbon deposits. A gasoline generator will have carbon deposits. Propane generators can help you be confident that your machine is going to fire up and provide you the peace of mind and security of a power source when all other lights are out around you.
Propane is a ‘clean burning’ fuel, but what exactly does that mean? In simple terms, it’s the low amount of carbon monoxide produced relative to other fuel sources, especially gasoline. Releasing around half the CO of a typical gasoline generator, many individuals consider propane to be the best generator fuel around.
While you still need to use guidelines for ventilation, creating fewer emissions is a major advantage when you’re considering propane vs. gas generators.
There is also no risk of spilling propane. Because it’s stored in safe tanks with security valves, there’s no spillage or waste during fill-ups. You simply connect the tank to the generator with a hose and open the valve to let the fuel flow.
Propane is also available throughout the USA, at dedicated propane suppliers (meaning us) — you can easily store additional bottles according to local rules and regulations, so you never run out. Get your tanks filled for the winter with Coenergy Propane.