Freehold, NJ (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
What’s the liquid level on your propane tank? How accurate is your estimation? Moscap Engineering offers a solution to this simple and pervasive problem with a new intrinsically safe liquid level measuring device, the GasCheck. The GasCheck is a simple and easy way to accurately measure the amount of liquid left in your tank/cylinder.
The GasCheck measures the amount of liquid propane left in a tank/cylinder. It’s an easy to read indicator that can display whether liquid is present or not. Simply press the tip firmly against the side of a propane tank/cylinder. Voila! The GasCheck illuminates green if liquid is present and red if none is present at that level.
Diane Mullaney, Director of Marketing & Communications, says, “I always remember to bring my GasCheck to all of my barbecues. It’s so easy to use that I almost forget what it was like when I didn’t have one. I’ve run out of propane in the past so now I’ll never barbecue without it.”
It only takes a few seconds and near zero training/preparation to use. Simply grab the tank in question and firmly press the gas check at a 90° angle against the side. The GasCheck will illuminate and the level of the liquid propane will be apparent. Repeat this process from top to bottom along the side of the tank until the GasCheck turns green. That is where the liquid level is. The speed at which you can assess your tank’s propane level is essential for anyone using a propane device.
“I can’t imagine anyone that tailgates, has an RV, camps, barbecues, or owns a restaurant getting by without one,” says Mullaney. “Honestly, anyone that needs to safely and quickly measure a propane tank’s liquid level would benefit from using a GasCheck. It’s a no brainer for me.”
The GasCheck’s humble appearance belies its complex design. Although it is the size of a large pen and runs on only two watch batteries, the GasCheck is actually a sophisticated sonic device. When pushed against a tank/cylinder, the GasCheck uses ultrasonic technology, not dissimilar to a medical scanner, to detect liquid. This state-of-the-art technology is an extremely accurate and intrinsically safe way to measure the liquid level in a propane cylinder.
The GasCheck comes in a sleek cyan finish and has a suggested retail price of $32.95 –half the price of similar propane level testing products currently on the marketplace.
The GasCheck is manufactured in Germany and distributed in the USA by Moscap Engineering, an affiliate of Tarantin Industries, Inc. Moscap Engineering has been a leading manufacturer of specialty products for over 20 years. For more information, visit http://www.moscapeng.com or call at 732-780-9426.