48 MILLION SINGLE-USE GREEN PROPANE BOTTLES END UP IN LANDFILLS EACH YEAR. WE CAN DO BETTER.
The gas growler is a refillable, no-waste solution for heat and cooking in the outdoors. Green propane bottles are wasteful, messy, and a pain to dispose of properly. You probably don't think about it much, but these bottles are a single-use product. Ignik solves problems like this. We enable you to heat, cook, survive, and thrive in the outdoors, with less waste.
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Just compare the difference. No matter what adventure you're on, refillable fuel saves you time and money.
It's very important that propane tanks be stored upright and in a properly ventilated area.
Additional Storage Tips: Never store the Gas Growler or other propane containers in your living area or in a storage area that is directly attached to your living area. A shed or garage, provided it has adequate ventilation, is an ideal place for propane storage. It is also OK to store your Gas Growler outdoors in any covered location.
Propane containers should only be stored in vehicles with a vented storage locker; do not store the Gas Growler or other propane container in your trunk or sealed car.
Yes! We now offer our Growler Case & Hose Kit for sale for folks that already have a 5 lb tank. Please do keep in mind that our cases are designed specifically to fit Ignik's Gas Growler, and only fit a small portion of the wide variety of 5 lb propane tanks out there. If you have a different tank, we recommend you reach out to us and let us know which tank you have so we can help make sure that our case is a good fit for you. Already have one of our Gas Growlers with a 4' adapter hose and just want the case? Contact us and we'll be happy to sell you a separate case.
Yes! We purge every tank at the factory prior to shipping. When it's time to fill up, your local propane filler should be able to put 1.1 to 1.3 gallons of propane in each tank, depending on their pressure settings. It helps a lot if you tell the filling attendant that is how much your tank needs, as overfilling the tank can lead to suboptimal performance.