'old' Type Gaslow Bottle? (1 Viewer)

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Roryboys Dad

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I have an 11kg Gaslow bottle and a 6kg Calor bottle as back up in the Gas locker if the Gaslow runs out.

I want to fit a second 11kg Gaslow bottle alongside the first one and get rid of the Calor bottle.

My Gaslow bottle is the 'old' type and there seems to be only the new Gaslow R67 bottles available.

Does anyone know where I can buy one of the 'old' Gaslow bottles?
 
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You could give Gaslow a call at
Gaslow International Ltd
Castle Business Park
Pavilion Way
Loughborough
LE11 5GW
United Kingdom

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Telephone 0845 4000 600 in the past they have been very helpful.
Alan
 

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Gasit bottles are the same as the old Gaslow

Just call them and tell them you want a number two bottle
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You don't need to have an 'old' one ... it makes no difference!

I've just fitted our 'old' Gaslow 11kg bottle alongside a new R67 style 6kg Gaslow bottle to make a twin system in our PVC, the most 'difficult' part (it's not though!) is ensuring you buy the right hoses to fit the outlets on the bottles and remembering which one goes where! :)

I could have used a new Gas-it bottle instead but I got the small Gaslow one at a stonking price!

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Thanks for the helpful replies.


I asked about the 'old' bottles because the 'new' bottles seem considerably dearer to buy for no obvious benefit – the 'old' one I have is perfectly adequate for my needs.



Gas-it bottles appear to be cheaper than the R67 and I'll have a look at them on Ebay and other sites before buying new.
 

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