Staff tip:Butane stops vaporising at −0.5°C (its boiling point) and Isobutane continues vaporising down to −11.6°C. Depending on the blend of the fuel you are using, you may experience different levels of performance at low temperatures.
Can these be recycled after use?
Mo - Sydney, NSW(4 months ago)
Got the following info from recyclingnearyou.com.au : "Butane aerosol cans or canisters such as those used for camping should NOT be put in the kerbside recycling they are highly flammable if any gas is remaining in them. It's best practice to keep them out of the kerbside bin and dispose of them at your local household chemical drop-off service"
You can you that website to find the drop off location closest to you!
Lauren - Snowys(4 months ago)
Are these a butane / propane mix?1 answer
I need a butane / propane mix of 70 / 30, would these be close to this?
David - Riverton(2 years ago)
I've just checked for you, and they are 60% butane, 36% isobutane and 2% propane.