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Topic: propane sweating (3 msgs / 69 lines)
1) From: RK
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Propane tanks will sweat depending on the ambient temps. usally right at =
the fill line which is a good indication of how much propane is in the =
tank.
RK

2) From: Dan Bollinger
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...and dew point.
  Propane tanks will sweat depending on the ambient temps. usally right =
at the fill line which is a good indication of how much propane is in =
the tank.
  RK

3) From: Rich
They only sweat when the tank temperature is below the dew point temperature.  They do not sweat in 
low humidity areas.  The lowest temperature point will be at the boiling boundry, nominal liquid level in 
the tank.
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From: RK
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 10:31:03 -0400
Propane tanks will sweat depending on the ambient temps. usally right at the fill line which is a good indication of how 
much propane is in the tank. 
RK


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