Truma LPG Gas Bottle Level Check Low Indicator Tool 50501-01



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Measures and shows the filling level of your gas cylinder quickly and reliably.

Using ultrasound, it shows whether there is gas within the measuring range.

Suitable for all steel and aluminium LPG cylinders with diameters of 200 to 350mm.

(Unfortunately not recommended for re-fillable gas bottles)

  • Detects the level of your gas bottles. The practical LevelCheck shows quickly and reliably by means of LED whether liquid gas is in the measuring range.
  • For this purpose, the gauge is simply placed horizontally on the gas bottle.
  • For all steel and aluminium gas bottles with a diameter of 200, 350 mm. Re measurement using ultrasound.
  • The contents meter contains an integrated LED torch.
  • Not for fillable tank gas bottles. Colour: Silver

Filling level display for gas cylinders Use LevelCheck to find out how much gas is left in the gas cylinder in just a few seconds.

Using ultrasound, the handy filling level indicator shows whether there is liquefied gas within the measuring range.

Simply place Truma LevelCheck horizontally on the cylinder: if the LED is green, there is gas in the cylinder.

After measuring, LevelCheck switches off automatically.

Measures quickly and reliably in just a few seconds Easy to use, with LED display, ready to use immediately

Suitable for all steel and aluminium LPG cylinders with diameters of 200 to 350 mm

More details about Truma LevelCheck

The filling level display for gas cylinders is suitable for much more than just the camp site or barbecue.

You can also use Truma LevelCheck to check the level of the cylinder for the gas hob or wok burner in your kitchen.

This handy device will ensure that you are not stranded without gas for your DIY projects.

By the way: to ensure reliable measurement, we advise that you clean the measuring head regularly with a damp cloth.

Lightweight but sturdy Integrated LED torch for checking gas in the dark Measures in a temperature range of -15 to +40 degrees Celsius