This is a problem in northern Europe
use the same connector as Spain
. Sweeden uses POL and this is common in parts
of GB too (In norway
you get POL as "industrial standard") Germany
has another standard.
Scandainavien countries do have an exchange system, and as a tourist you may pay a deposit witch you may get back at the same company if you return the cylinder whitin 3 months.
One way to do it is to rent a local tank, bring a set of adaptors, and refill your own tank. The upper tank (upside down) will tranfere approx 90% to the lower thank whitin a day or two. If the upper tank is hotter than the lower it goes faster. (Black plastic bag around the upper, wet towels around the lower, and put it in the sun.
It is important to have a good scale to be sure the tank is not overfilled. Do not fill more than 80%, the rest of the volume is needed to take care of expansion.
Be awere of some countries use Butane, and theese tanks
may not resist the pressure of propane
. (but they usually do). Butane contains more energy, and should be used at a slightly lower pressure, but moast exuipment do well at 30 millibar as propan use to be here (Norway). Somtimes you get a litle of soot.
LPG filling stations for cars uses propane
in several countries, with the right adaptor you may be able to refill.
Here it is illegal to refill by youselves.