disco biscuit wrote: »
I think if you made a box out of plywood and lined the inside of it with polystyrene and put the gas cylinfer into it that it would stop it from freezing.I often thought about doing it myself but never got around to it.You would have to do it properly ensuring that there was no airspaces in the joinings or the lid of the box and where the pipe comes out.You might have to lag the pipe as well.
mrroboito wrote: »
Thanks, kettle worked a treat.
9or10 wrote: »
Yeah but it took 7 years to thaw out
looksee wrote: »
I find that giving the cylinder a shake generally works. If it doesn't I put on a new cylinder and use up the end of the frozen one when the weather has warmed. It only seems to freeze when the cylinder is nearly empty.
Could someone invent a circular thing with handles that you could use to press down the plastic rim? Its all very well when your hands are young and fit, but as they get a bit older its increasingly difficult to get the rim to go down with just thumbs.