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Inspected by Professionals

Every tank gets inspected by a trained propane expert, so you can grill with confidence.

Requalified on Schedule

Did you know that propane tanks must be requalified every 12 years from the date of manufacture?  And every five years after that?  Some propane dealers may not check your tank's date.  Others can't or won't requalify tanks.  We take care of all that for you.

Freshly Painted

Every day your propane tank sits under your grill, it gets abused by nature, by juices and sauce dripping from the grill, and who knows what else.  Blue Rhino gives tanks that need it a fresh coat of paint.  And not just any paint - we use a special formulation that is designed to handle whatever your backyard can throw at it.

At a Store Near You

When you've got steaks on the grill and no gas in your tank, you need propane quick.  Odds are, there's a Blue Rhino retailer just down the street with a fresh tank ready and waiting.  And most Blue Rhino retailers are open on nights and weekends, so you can get propane whenever you need it and get back to the grill.

The Best-Known Name in Propane

What do you want under your grill - a tank that has been filled with flammable gas by somebody you haven't heard of before?  Or a tank from the propane brand more people know and trust than any other?

The Amount of Propane Inside

With Blue Rhino, you know how much propane you get.  We fill tanks carefully in controlled manufacturing environments, and we print the amount provided right on the package.  We even put the amount on our display signs.  If you refill your tank, good luck.  Who knows the last time their scales were calibrated, or if the operator has been trained.

Washed

America's backyards can dish out a lot, so Blue Rhino washes each and every tank before it is delivered to the store.

Protective Cap

Every Blue Rhino tank gets one.  Our caps are designed to keep your tank's valve clean and ready until you get it home and hook it up.

Toll-Free Hotline

Have a question about your tank?  Call us at 1-800-258-7466.  Our customer care team is waiting for your call, ready to help.

Safety Info

Any time a flame is involved, you want to be careful.  Look for important reminders on every Blue Rhino tank - in both English and Spanish.

How to Connect Instructions

Hooking up a propane tank to your grill looks easy, but not everybody knows the right way to do it.  The step-by-step instructions on our package can help.

Leak Checked

Blue Rhino checks every single tank for leaks during our manufacturing process, to help make sure you get a tank you can be confident in.

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Safety Tips

  • Do not store tanks in a building, garage, or enclosure.
  • When not connected for use, keep tank valve turned off.
  • When transporting your tank, put it in a secure, well-ventilated location in your vehicle. Tank should be upright with valve turned off. Tank should be taken directly to and from place of use. Do not leave unattended in any vehicle.
  • Do not use portable propane heaters, stoves, or lanterns in tents, campers, truck caps, RVs, or other unventilated enclosures, especially while sleeping.
  • Never store a spare tank beneath a grill.
  • Always store tanks upright.
  • Never store a tank in temperatures of 125 degrees F or more.
  • Never use or store a propane tank indoors.
  • Do not try to repair a damaged tank or tank valve.
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