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Posted: 09.07.2018  ·  #1
Hi folks having difficulty locating 6oz calor gas in cork area,attaching photo of connection if you know of anywhere please let me know,thanks
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Posted: 09.07.2018  ·  #2
Lokks like a UK fitting on that cylinder?

Might be awkward finding one of them in the south if it is,
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Posted: 09.07.2018  ·  #3
That's a uk fitting, more precise a BOC Fitting.
Good news and bad news.
Good news, calor gas have a gas bottle distribution yard in Cork
7A, Forge Hill Business Park, Forge Hill, Ballyphehane, Cork, T12 X625

The bad news is that calor ireland doesn't stock a 6 kg propane red cylinder .
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Posted: 10.07.2018  ·  #4
Thanks a lot for your imput lads,was getting it in forge hill up to last month and now they haven't got it,they go ro somewhere in white gate to refill
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Posted: 10.07.2018  ·  #5
That it White gate is the refill spot.
For memory I think that there was a post here from last year or so that highlighted calor gas suppliers who provided uk cyclinders. There was 3 or 4 mentioned based around the ferry ports of Dublin, Rosslare and Cork.
However maybe some of our northern friends may have a solution for you .
Would I be right in saying that your 6 kg is your spare cylinder, and this is the maximum size that will fit?
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Your right,it's the spare cylinder and only size that fits,it's takes two of them
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Thanks Thorn,think best long term solution is to change connector
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A Irish motor homer I was talking to told me if I need gas in Eire that most yacht harbours had the facility to fill UK bottles. I've never tried but he was convincing
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There is a place in Wexford, about 3 miles outside the town, definitely used to fill cylinders. Bensons of Newbay
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Thanks Thorn,think best long term solution is to change connector


If you’re thinking long term, it’s hard to beat fixed refillable.
Hefty outlay to install but you’ll never have this problem again.
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Thanks Thorn,think best long term solution is to change connector


If you’re thinking long term, it’s hard to beat fixed refillable.
Hefty outlay to install but you’ll never have this problem again.


I called my dealer in Bray today who advised 6kg propane or butane cylinders are very rare in Ireland ,and the camping gas way is very expensive way to go. you can get an adapted for the BOC bottles, if you can get a main depot who fills .
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