I have a small dry cabin and it's plumbed for propane lights. I'm installing a small range and gas fridge and, in my research, I've discovered I may have a problem with my design.
First, I'll be using two 40# tanks for ease of transportation. In addition to the range and fridge I have a total of 8 Mr. Heater lights.
What are some of everyone's experiences with using propane in cold temperatures? I'm concerned the pressure in my tanks will drop and some of my appliances will be unusable. Lots of charts and tables online but I wanted a more practical experience.
Cabin is in the valley so I won't be in Fairbanks-like temperatures.
Thanks in advance for your help!