As the weather warms up, more people in Buffalo, Rochester and other central and western New York cities flock to food trucks for lunch. Whether you’re serving sizzling tacos, loaded gyros, zesty barbecue or some other tasty dish, you need a reliable and affordable fuel source to heat your cooktop.
Propane is a superior option for food trucks. It produces a powerful, even flame that heats food and water quickly. It releases no methane, and its carbon, particulate matter and oxide emissions are vanishingly low. And since propane is almost entirely domestically-produced, its price is more stable than other fuels.
Irish Propane is the premier provider of food truck propane in this region. Here are some considerations when planning your truck’s fuel.
By and large, most food trucks use 100-pound propane tanks. These containers offer a suitable balance between saving space and storing enough fuel. Your business’s needs may vary.
There are two principal ways to place propane tanks on a food truck:
It’s essential that you get acquainted with the markings on your propane cylinder so you know how it is and when it was last recertified. The Irish Propane team can help you with this.
You also need to make sure your whole team knows important propane safety information, including:
One of the appealing things about cooking with propane is how easy it is to transport, but you need a reliable propane company to ensure you never run out of fuel.
Irish Propane is the top food truck propane company in central and northern New York. We offer the following services:
Irish Propane helps keep things sizzling in your food truck. Become a customer today!