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Propane Gas Refrigerator
- An absorption refrigerator is a refrigerator that uses a heat source (e.g., solar, kerosene-fueled flame) to provide the energy needed to drive the cooling system.
- A flammable hydrocarbon gas of the alkane series, present in natural gas and used as bottled fuel
- colorless gas found in natural gas and petroleum; used as a fuel
- Propane is a three-carbon alkane, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid. It is derived from other petroleum products during oil or natural gas processing. It is commonly used as a fuel for engines, oxy-gas torches, barbecues, portable stoves and residential central heating.
- This page provides supplementary chemical data on Propane.
propane gas refrigerator - Dometic RM3762RB
Dometic RM3762RB 2-Way Refrigerator - 7.0 Cubic Feet
Dometic 7 cubic feet refrigerator 2 way RH 7.0 cubic feet on the outside, the RM3762 and RM3962 appear to be "standard-size" refrigerators. The difference is inside, where we have an extra cubic foot of space. The new 7 and 9 gives you a cost-effective way to store more food. This also features concealed all-steel frames, which give the RM3762 and RM3962 a stylish, residential appearance. When floor space,capacity and appearance are important, there is no better choice than the new generation refrigerators from Dometic,the first name in RV refrigeration firsts. Advanced features and elegant styling innovation and contemporary design combine perfectly forcustomer satisfaction and increased sales. Add in greater capacity and you really do have a new generation of RV refrigeration. Features 2-way power operation, 110 volt alternating current and liquid petroleum gas 54-3/4 inch Height x 25-5/64 inch Weight x 26-1/16 inch Depth. Overall 53-3/4 inch Height x 23-11/16 inch Width x 24 inch Depth and recess 143 pound installed weight.
The pop up camper is really nice. It has a small built in refrigerator that can operate on electric or my propane gas tank. It also has a built in furnace, which runs on the propane gas, but you also need electric to run the fan. There are no electric sites on Crystal Lake, where we camped for 4 nights, so we had no heat at night. But only the first night was really cold when the temp fell overnight to 38 degrees by Monday morning. The state park does have a nice flush toilet and hot shower building, but the building is not heated. So needless to say I was covered with goosebumps when I came out of the hot shower Monday morning . lol But it was sunny and warm (mid 70's) Sunday, Monday,and Tuesday, and then Wednesday was upper 60's and cloudy and then we had showers in the afternoon and evening. We checked out Thursday morning and then headed another 3 hours north to Pattison State Park where the falls are and camped there 1 night and then Friday afternoon we hit the road and came home. The weather was cool nights, but was really great campfire weather and the campfire warmed us up. Because the weather was quite cool nights, there were no mosquitoes at all and most of the days warmed up nicely with sunny temps in the mid 70's. The only rain we had was just sprinkles on Wednesday afternoon and evening and we just played cards that night. So the weather was great most of the days on our beach front camp site and I went sunbathing on the beach every afternoon in my swimsuit on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Wednesday was the only day that was not beach weather and nobody was on the beach. But the weather was great Wednesday morning for biking the Bearskin Trail, which was a total of 36 miles round trip.
Going to the cabin
A one-eighth mile trail led from a small pier to the sturdy log cabin. No electricity. Propane gas fed a refrigerator, stove, and wall-mounted light fixtures. We carried clear but non-potable water from an outside pump to a tank next to the sink. A foot-operated pump fed that water into the sink, and a bucket below the sink caught the water drained from the sink. We transferred potable water into a jug above the sink from ten-gallon containers the owner of the cabin had carried to the cabin.
propane gas refrigerator
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