Truma gas supply
The aroma of a freshly brewed cup of coffee in the morning, a hot shower before you go to bed: with the innovative Truma appliances for motor home and caravan gas systems you can always feel at home. The products provide convenience and safety – even while you're on the road.
Truma gas pressure regulator for driving mode: enjoy the freedom
To operate the gas system while you’re travelling, according to the European Gas Appliances Directive you need a gas pressure regulator with a safety shut-off function. Truma gas pressure regulators with crash sensor fulfil all the standards. This will ensure that you’re always on the safe side throughout Europe.
Truma gas pressure regulator for stationary mode: safe stationary operation
If you operate your caravan or motor home gas system when stationary, it is sufficient to have a single or two-cylinder regulator without crash sensor. This reduces the gas pressure reliably to 30 mbar and, like all Truma gas pressure regulators, meets the highest safety standards.
Truma gas filter
Oily particles are carried along with the gas flow as aerosols, depositing themselves in the regulators and blocking them. The Truma gas filter effectively protects the gas system from contamination in gas cylinders.
Truma gas filling level display: no more empty gas cylinders
The gas filling level measurement devices from Truma determine the level in your gas cylinders, using ultrasound. They are easy to use, measure very reliably and are suitable for everyone who uses gas cylinders – from campers to tradesmen.
Accessories for Truma gas supply
For gas pressure regulators or your caravan gas system: Truma has well-designed accessories for your caravan or motor home gas system that are ideally coordinated with each other. This allows optimum, reliable use of the gas pressure regulator system.
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