GasStop™ is the only emergency 100% shut-off safety device for bottled and portable propane systems with POL type connections. In the event of a major leak, GasStop™ will instantly and automatically shut off the flow of gas. This device is designed for propane bottles in your RV.
If you have a propane leak in your RV, there is no device that will completely stop the flow of propane into your RV until now. The existing OPD and excess flow valves on a propane tank will not shut the propane off should you have a leak. When you use the GasStop device, you will have 100% confidence that if you have a propane leak that the propane will be shut off from your RV immediately.
INSTALLATION is very easy. All you do is install the GasStop device directly to the propane tank, and then attach your RV propane line to the GasStop device. Now just prime the GasStop device and you are instantly protected. Remember, if you have 2 propane tanks, you will need to get 2 GasStop devices.
GasStop™ is also very useful in helping you detect that minor leaks that occur anywhere in your propane network. When you buy from TechnoRV we will make sure you understand how easy it is to use the device and to understand how to use it as a leak detector.
BE SURE TO GET THE CORRECT GASSTOP DEVICE. You will either have a POL style connection or Acme style connection. Look below at the guide on choosing the correct device for your application.
The GasStop comes with a 5 year warranty: GasStop 5-Year Manufacturer Warranty Details
Note if you have a propane fuelled generator: Many propane fuelled generators consume a large volume of propane, meaning they draw a high rate of flow. GasStop is designed to shut-off when that rate of flow exceeds 70 SCFH/75,000 BTU/hr (this is what happens during a major leak). Larger generators may ‘mimic’ this high flow rate scenario, thus effectively tripping GasStop into ‘major leak mode’. It is therefore advised that, if you have a propane fuelled generator, you check it’s propane rating (rated no higher than 70 SCFH/75,000 BTU/hr) before purchasing or using your GasStop.
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This device will catch most, but not all leaks in an rv propane set up. If the leak happens prior to (upstream from)this device, I doubt it would register the leak. I had such a leak just a few months ago, in the brass valve that comes out of the top of the tank & had to replace that valve. I doubt a leak, at this point where the Gasstop female end connects, would be detected by the Gasstop's sensor.
Used this in my Class A for the first time the past week. Worked well, but it did shutoff when both furnaces were running and the water heater kicked on. I don't trust my panel that showed I had 64% propane level, so I assumed I ran out since it was very cold and ran the furnaces each night (new to RV'ing so wasn't sure how long a tank lasts). I decided I would unhook and drive 12 miles away to get more propane. As I started unhooking I figured I would check one last time, so I pushed the reset on this valve and I heard the line pressure back up. Now that I know this it won't be an issue going forward, but getting out of a shower already wet to troubleshoot wasn't pleasant. Lesson learned.
Installed this to protect myself even though I normally travel with the propane off. It installed very easy. Instructions were good. After I installed it I checked for leaks and found a leak in a factory connector - not associated with the gas stop. While waiting for time to get to the store for new teflon yellow tape, I was turning the valve off and the GasStop worked as expected, pressure went down to 0 as there was a leak and when I turned it back on I primed the system by pushing on the guage. Would highly recommend!
My Class A motorhome is safer with the GasStop. It is sort of a no brainer to get the GasStop. They are inexpensive, and solve a major safety problem.