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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-16-2006 06:54 PM
Innotek Portable Gas Detector

$30. you can use it after reconnecting the tank and in the galley after the stove's been off for a bit. Best protection is turning of the tank valves after each use.
07-15-2006 03:51 PM
pigslo This site sells a propane/gasoline sniffer.

07-14-2006 08:56 PM
Originally Posted by Irwin32
Propane has such a distinctive odor, I cannot imagine my nose failing me.
If you're asleep, I doubt that your nose will wake you up...
07-14-2006 04:57 PM
Irwin32 Propane has such a distinctive odor, I cannot imagine my nose failing me.
07-12-2006 08:17 PM
hellosailor Tree, I think they all work well enough. Any well-stocked chandlery carries at least one brand. Every catalog house does. Pick one you like.
07-11-2006 09:13 PM
propane sniffer

Please, I don't want to start a debate over the wisdom of propane systems on boats.

If you have a propane system or any propane appliances on your boat, do you have a propane sniffer (detector/alarm)? If so, would you be so kind as to share what brand and where you purchased it. Thank you very much!

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