Gas stove for an RV – what to choose?

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Cooking on the go is quite a treat for those who love to make long jaunts with their own mobile mini vacation home. There’s no denying that this saves a lot of money compared to stopping for that at least one daily hot meal at eating establishments.

Gas stove for an RV – are there any options?

So the most common solution for campers is a gas cylinder-powered stove. And indeed it allows for much greater mobility. However, who knows that these days there are still additional options, much more economical. A fireless gas stove for an RV is a solution that has emerged relatively recently, but it is an investment that anyone who values convenience, safety, ecology and economy should opt for. Why? Because it has a number of advantages that very quickly make both its costs pay off and improve the comfort of enjoying a vacation in your own RV.

Gas stove for an RV – why is a fireless hob safer?

The main downside of having a traditional gas stove both at home and in an RV is safety issues. Open gas burners are a big danger at times, if kids or pets are rampaging around. In addition, what to say, an open fire is also a danger of fire when you carelessly put something near the burner. And this is talking about its use in the kitchen. And what can be said about the camper, the stability of which sometimes leaves much to be desired, and of course we are not talking about stability while driving, but even at a standstill? A gas stove for a camper under glass provides opportunities to take care of safety in terms of exposure to open gas panics. Why? Because there simply aren’t any here. Everything is under the ceramic plate, which is the boundary between the source of heat energy – the burner – and the pot.

Fireless gas stove for camper vs. economy.

Considering that the medium needed for cooking in an RV must come from somewhere, one relies on gas cylinders connected to adapted stoves. It is not uncommon for a gas stove for an RV to use much more gas during a long trip than there is in a portable cylinder mounted to such appliances. This means that during a vacation you sometimes have to look for a refilling point for the cylinders or carry several of them with you, which also does not positively affect safety. With a fireless plate, the amount of gas consumed decreases significantly. Sometimes we are talking about as much as 30-50% less consumption, thanks to the use of accumulated heat under the hob, which does not escape, as is the case with exposed burners. This reduces the need for frequent cylinder replacement and results in considerable savings.

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