I am having this problem that some LPG tanks don't provide fuel and other does..
I was told that the problem is whenever the ambient temperature is low (so is the gas), the pressure drops as well and hencely 2 bar (say it is the 10%) won't feed up..
But is this really the case? I think when the pressure is 10% in hot surrounding, it should have higher mass than when its surrounding is colder with the same pressure (10%-say 2 bar). So if it is really 10% it should always feed up, the difference is it has lower mass when it is hot. But if it really 10% and feed up for some tanks but not the other, so the issue is not about the temperature and pressure, maybe the installation.
What do you think?
And how do we get fed by gas after the pressure drops to 10%? do we use pump or heater for example? I was thinking to fill the tank up to 30 bars but it is not allowed to exceed 25 bars..
Another issue; say we fill the tank in the Winter up to 20 bars, in Summer we also fill it up to 20 bars but surely the mass of the filled gas in Winter is greater than in Summer. So would it last more in Winter -assuming same use?