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BernzOmatic recently announced the addition of Max Power Propylene fuel to their environmentally-friendly Fat Boy fuel cylinder line.  Though it’s not earth-shattering by any stretch, it tells us that someone’s home at BernzOmatic.

Fat Boy cylinders boast 20 percent more fuel than standard 14.1oz cylinders, providing users with longer run times, and the cylinders are 25 percent shorter than normal cylinders, so you can get ’em in tight spaces.  But the real sweetheart is the built-in Green Key technology:  When you insert the Green Key into an empty cylinder, it releases all remaining fumes, depressurizing the cylinder so it can be recycled by your local steel recycler.

Is this going to change your life?  No, but it does make the cylinders safer and recyclable, which helps all of us out in the long run.

Propylene Fat Boy [BernzOmatic]
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6 Responses to Preview: BernzOmatic’s New Propylene Fat Boy

  1. Coach James says:

    I wonder if they’ll do this with the MAPP gas too? I hope so.

    Why were comments on the kiddie ear muffs turned off?

  2. Leaf says:

    MAPP usually comes in the yellow containers and propane in blue, so I would assume this IS MAPP.

  3. Toolaremia says:

    Oh. My. Gawd.
    (linked from BernzOmatic’s site.)

  4. Coach James says:

    I thought MAPP was a specialized form of propylene. Perhaps the company just calls all forms by the same name.

  5. Scott says:

    If Propane is blue, and Mapp is yellow, how can power Propylene be the same color?

  6. james says:

    Max Power Propylene is MAPP

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