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5 lbs, 6 ounces.

as a side note, I couldn't use the last 26oz of freon.

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I just threw away an empty 30# cyl and it weighed 6.5#, empty

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5 lbs, 6 ounces.

As a side note, I couldn't use the last 26oz of freon.

5 lbs, 6 ounces empty

as a side note, I couldn't use the last 26oz of freon.

Sorry I didn't weight it full.

Around 36 lbs. that's the weight of the tank+weight of R22+weight of the cardboard box the tank is in.

36.30 lbs

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30 pounds. Is the net weight of the product in a container in it`s liquid state. The vapor pressure within the container will vary according to the temperature of the container. But the net weight is 30 lbs, much like having a propane cylinder refilled.

about 36 pounds

There is a fair amount of variation, but the standard small 16.4oz (1 lb) propane cylinder usually weighs just about a pound when empty (Tare weight, or the weight of the container itself). It is then usually charged with 16oz (by weight) of liquid propane for a total of around 32iz (2 lb).In SummaryTare Weight: 16oz (weight of the container/bottle)Net Weight: 16oz (weight of the liquid propane fuel)Gross Weight 32oz (weight of a full bottle)or in more practical terms, the closer your bottle is to weighing 1 lb, the closer you are to empty.

Full or empty? If empty, about 15 - 20 lb. If full, about 175 lb.

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From what I've been told, an empty r-22 bottle weighs approximately 6 pounds, give or take a few ounces.

If the tank is actually filled to the brim (tanks never are) the water would weigh 8.35lbs x 30gallons which is 250.5 lbs. To obtain an accurate total weight you would have to add in the weight of the sand/gravel substrate, and the rocks (decore) and the weight of the empty tank. Then you would subtract the weight of the top 1 inch or so that is always left empty.

a typical steel "30 pound" liquid propane tank weighs about 25-28 pounds empty. propane tank markings (on collar) propane weighs about 4.125 pounds per gallon and a "30 pound tank" will hold about 7.5 gallons so a full tank will weigh about 55 pounds or so. Typical recertification stamp: MM XXX YY E MM -> 2 digit recertification month XXX ->3 character Re-qualifier's registration number YY -> 2 digit recertification year E ->States the cylinder has been externally examined WC -> Water capacity of the cylinder. TW -> Tare weight of the cylinder (what the tank weighs empty) ICC, DOT, BTE, CTC or TC -> Specification number eg. TC4BA240 10 89 -> Date of manufacture (October. 1989)

. . . . 30 pounds

30 pounds. Is the net weight of the product in a container in it`s liquid state. The vapor pressure within the container will vary according to the temperature of the container. But the net weight is 30 lbs, much like having a propane cylinder refilled.

$180.00 dollars $140 - assuming you start with an empty tank and finish with an empty tank.

about 36 pounds

250 LBS plus the weight of the tank

If your Sentra has a 13 gallon tank, probably 30-40 miles.

30 GAL. when compleatly empty.

my '96 cavalier sedan (233,000 miles) gets about 450 miles per tank if i run it completely empty, averaging 30 mpg.