# How many gallons are in 1 pound of propane?

# 1 gallon propane is how many liters?

1 gal = 3.78 liter 1 Liter = 0.26 gal

# How many gallons in a pound of propane?

1 pound of propane is a little less than 1/4 of a gallon.

# How many gallons of propane in a 100 pound propane tank?

100 pound propane tank will hold 23.58 gallon. 100 pounds / 4.24 pounds per gallon = 23.58 gallons

# How many gallons in a forty pound propane tank?

Approximately 9.7 Gallons.

# How many propane pounds is a gallon?

I think that the correct answer is technically neener neener neener or Right, Sphix, thanks for the riddle. In other words, there is no right answer to this question. Pounds i…s a weight measure and gallons is volume measure. Weight != Volume. Its bit like trying to calculate your bank balance using the air pressure in your car tires. They're not really related even though both of them relate to you. Propane can be gas or liquid. Even as a liquid, it can vary widely in density based on the pressure it is under as well as the temprature it is being stored at.

# How many gallons in 20 pounds of propane?

A 20 pound 'BBQ tank' will contain approx. 4.7 gallons of LPG

# How many gallons of propane in a 1000 pound propane tank?

Approximately 100 gallons propane.
WC (1000) x .42 = lbs propane.
Lbs propane / .42 = gallons

# How many gallons of propane in a 25 pound propane tank?

\nCommercial propane weighs about 3.696 lbs per gallon. So a 25 lb tank would be around 6.764 gallons.

# How many gallons of propane in 1 lb of propane?

.0235849056 (or so).
lbs / 4.24 (lbs per gallon)

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# How many therms in 1 gallon of propane?

0.924

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# How many gallons of propane in a 33 pound propane tank?

1 gallon = 4.2 lbs 33lbs / 4.2lbs = 7.86 gallons

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# How many gallons in 30 pound propane tank?

About 6-7 gallons

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# How many gallons of propane does a 10 pound tank hold?

69

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# How many pounds is a 400 gallon propane tank?

95 gallons of propane 400 divided into 4.2