Outside Cooking


Propane is a preferred choice for many consumers when cooking outdoors. Propane barbecues are effective, user-friendly and easy to maintain, whether you are in the city, in the countryside, on the water, camping or travelling on the road.

Many models are available on the market. Their size and power adapt to all needs and lifestyles. Accessories such as spits, infrared burners, wood chip tanks or smooth plates will add variety to the experience. Propane barbecues can be traditional, built-in or designed as a large cooktop.

Propane barbecues offer many advantages:

  • Short heating time. With the push of a single button, the grill heats up to reach the desired temperature within ten minutes after ignition.
  • They can be connected to large tanks, especially if the house already uses propane as a primary or secondary energy source.
  • Maintenance is minimal. There is no ash to clean up after each use and
  • propane barbecues are equipped with special compartments to recover cooking greases.
  • Temperature control is accurate, making it easier to estimate cooking times.
  • Cooking with propane allows vegetables to keep their essential nutrients and makes them taste better, caramelizing their sugars and intensifying their sweetness.
  • Propane is more environmentally friendlier than coal because it produces much less waste and fewer particles.
    Propane barbecues can be used in summer and winter.

Grills, Hotplates and Pizza Ovens

High-efficiency propane boilers can be used to heat radiator water and radiant floor systems. The water contained in the boiler is heated and then travels through ducts that feed radiators, convectors or pipes installed directly in a concrete slab. The water circulates and returns to the boiler to be heated again before starting another cycle.

The most efficient propane boilers have a minimum energy efficiency rating of 95%. They are versatile enough to provide heating and hot water in homes and can even melt snow and ice thanks to sidewalk or driveway heating systems.

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Camping Stoves

Propane has long been a favourite source of energy to power portable barbecues and camping stoves for camping or in cottages. Propane allows for the storage of a large amount of energy in a small space. Small one-pound cylinders are available on the market for light-duty camping applications. Note that cylinders can only be filled by a professional.

Propane Safety

The health and safety of customers and employees are vital to the propane industry. Whether you are a first-time customer or a veteran in the propane workforce, this section offers a wide array of valuable information on the safe usage and storage of propane.

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It is illegal by Canadian law to refill cylinders without proper training!

Refillable one-pound cylinder kits manufactured to specification TC-39M, and aerosol containers are being sold in Canada.

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