motorhome-list] Camping Gaz 907 Refills


Peter S
 

Ah! Now I understand your comment, Barry.

 

Glad I could help.

 

Peter S

 

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Sent: 14 September 2019 13:34
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Subject: Re: [motorhome-list] motorhome-list] Camping Gaz 907 Refills

 

Thanks.  I found it useful too!

Barry

 

On Sat, 14 Sep 2019, 1:30 pm Peter S, <peter@...> wrote:

It was for Tim's benefit, Barry.

On 14/09/2019 10:21:13, I'm Bazbro via Groups.Io <barry.c.brown=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Yes, I got all that, thanks, Peter. 

 

Barry

 

On Sat, 14 Sep 2019, 9:47 am Peter S, <peter@...> wrote:

It is a device for attaching a gas BBQ to the built in gas outlet on your van if you have one, you can also use it to attach to another gas source. I use one so I can use a gas cylinder whilst at home or the van gas supply whilst away.

The device separates in the middle - a sliding sprung collar keeps it locked together. The male end goes to the BBQ rubber pipe and the other female end to a piece of pipe attached to the regulator on the gas bottle. The male end plugs into the female end of the van gas supply or the female end on the gas bottle. The female end has a valve that only opens when the male end is pushed in so no gas escapes when the bits are separated if you haven't closed the gas supply on the van or the bottle.

I am not sure if this is clear but easy to understand if you actually see one in the metal.

Peter S


>
>Totally lost on me what this is all about.
>
>TimS
>
>On 13/09/2019, Neill King &#92;(MH-List&#92;)
><yahoo@...> wrote:
>> Try this
>>
>> https://gasproducts.co.uk/8mm-quick-release-gas-hose-coupling.html
>>



 

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I'm Bazbro
 

Thanks.  I found it useful too!
Barry

On Sat, 14 Sep 2019, 1:30 pm Peter S, <peter@...> wrote:
It was for Tim's benefit, Barry.

On 14/09/2019 10:21:13, I'm Bazbro via Groups.Io <barry.c.brown=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Yes, I got all that, thanks, Peter. 

Barry

On Sat, 14 Sep 2019, 9:47 am Peter S, <peter@...> wrote:
It is a device for attaching a gas BBQ to the built in gas outlet on your van if you have one, you can also use it to attach to another gas source. I use one so I can use a gas cylinder whilst at home or the van gas supply whilst away.

The device separates in the middle - a sliding sprung collar keeps it locked together. The male end goes to the BBQ rubber pipe and the other female end to a piece of pipe attached to the regulator on the gas bottle. The male end plugs into the female end of the van gas supply or the female end on the gas bottle. The female end has a valve that only opens when the male end is pushed in so no gas escapes when the bits are separated if you haven't closed the gas supply on the van or the bottle.

I am not sure if this is clear but easy to understand if you actually see one in the metal.

Peter S


>
>Totally lost on me what this is all about.
>
>TimS
>
>On 13/09/2019, Neill King &#92;(MH-List&#92;)
><yahoo@...> wrote:
>> Try this
>>
>> https://gasproducts.co.uk/8mm-quick-release-gas-hose-coupling.html
>>





Virus-free. www.avg.com


Peter S
 

It was for Tim's benefit, Barry.

On 14/09/2019 10:21:13, I'm Bazbro via Groups.Io <barry.c.brown@...> wrote:

Yes, I got all that, thanks, Peter. 

Barry

On Sat, 14 Sep 2019, 9:47 am Peter S, <peter@...> wrote:
It is a device for attaching a gas BBQ to the built in gas outlet on your van if you have one, you can also use it to attach to another gas source. I use one so I can use a gas cylinder whilst at home or the van gas supply whilst away.

The device separates in the middle - a sliding sprung collar keeps it locked together. The male end goes to the BBQ rubber pipe and the other female end to a piece of pipe attached to the regulator on the gas bottle. The male end plugs into the female end of the van gas supply or the female end on the gas bottle. The female end has a valve that only opens when the male end is pushed in so no gas escapes when the bits are separated if you haven't closed the gas supply on the van or the bottle.

I am not sure if this is clear but easy to understand if you actually see one in the metal.

Peter S


>
>Totally lost on me what this is all about.
>
>TimS
>
>On 13/09/2019, Neill King &#92;(MH-List&#92;)
><yahoo@...> wrote:
>> Try this
>>
>> https://gasproducts.co.uk/8mm-quick-release-gas-hose-coupling.html
>>





Virus-free. www.avg.com


timsinc Sinclair
 

Thanks, Peter. Clearer now. As my small camper has no space for a BBQ
I don't think I'll be needing such.

TimS

On 14/09/2019, Peter S <peter@stallwood.com> wrote:
It is a device for attaching a gas BBQ to the built in gas outlet on your
van if you have one, you can also use it to attach to another gas source. I
use one so I can use a gas cylinder whilst at home or the van gas supply
whilst away.

The device separates in the middle - a sliding sprung collar keeps it locked
together. The male end goes to the BBQ rubber pipe and the other female end
to a piece of pipe attached to the regulator on the gas bottle. The male end
plugs into the female end of the van gas supply or the female end on the gas
bottle. The female end has a valve that only opens when the male end is
pushed in so no gas escapes when the bits are separated if you haven't
closed the gas supply on the van or the bottle.

I am not sure if this is clear but easy to understand if you actually see
one in the metal.

Peter S



Totally lost on me what this is all about.

TimS

On 13/09/2019, Neill King &#92;(MH-List&#92;)
<yahoo@motorcaravanning.co.uk> wrote:
Try this

https://gasproducts.co.uk/8mm-quick-release-gas-hose-coupling.html



--

*It'll all be OK in the end. If it's not OK, it's not the end*


I'm Bazbro
 

Yes, I got all that, thanks, Peter. 

Barry

On Sat, 14 Sep 2019, 9:47 am Peter S, <peter@...> wrote:
It is a device for attaching a gas BBQ to the built in gas outlet on your van if you have one, you can also use it to attach to another gas source. I use one so I can use a gas cylinder whilst at home or the van gas supply whilst away.

The device separates in the middle - a sliding sprung collar keeps it locked together. The male end goes to the BBQ rubber pipe and the other female end to a piece of pipe attached to the regulator on the gas bottle. The male end plugs into the female end of the van gas supply or the female end on the gas bottle. The female end has a valve that only opens when the male end is pushed in so no gas escapes when the bits are separated if you haven't closed the gas supply on the van or the bottle.

I am not sure if this is clear but easy to understand if you actually see one in the metal.

Peter S


>
>Totally lost on me what this is all about.
>
>TimS
>
>On 13/09/2019, Neill King &#92;(MH-List&#92;)
><yahoo@...> wrote:
>> Try this
>>
>> https://gasproducts.co.uk/8mm-quick-release-gas-hose-coupling.html
>>





Peter S
 

It is a device for attaching a gas BBQ to the built in gas outlet on your van if you have one, you can also use it to attach to another gas source. I use one so I can use a gas cylinder whilst at home or the van gas supply whilst away.

The device separates in the middle - a sliding sprung collar keeps it locked together. The male end goes to the BBQ rubber pipe and the other female end to a piece of pipe attached to the regulator on the gas bottle. The male end plugs into the female end of the van gas supply or the female end on the gas bottle. The female end has a valve that only opens when the male end is pushed in so no gas escapes when the bits are separated if you haven't closed the gas supply on the van or the bottle.

I am not sure if this is clear but easy to understand if you actually see one in the metal.

Peter S


Totally lost on me what this is all about.

TimS

On 13/09/2019, Neill King &#92;(MH-List&#92;)
<yahoo@motorcaravanning.co.uk> wrote:
Try this

https://gasproducts.co.uk/8mm-quick-release-gas-hose-coupling.html