Many people want to take vacations and choose to travel by their own RV but food needs to be stored properly as they wouldn’t want to spend all their money eating in restaurants, if there are any in the areas they choose to visit. As the RV does not provide you with enough electricity to hold a regular refrigerator inside for storing food, then the only option you've got is to rely on a gas or propane refrigerator. This type of refrigerators may seem pretty strange to some as they actually depend on heat to cool the food, and the heat is generated by burnign propane. Quite a paradox this propane refrigerator, isn’t it?
As compared to the regular refrigerator, the propane one has the advantage of working silently. There are no moving components or parts inside it so there is nothing to create noise and wake you up in the middle of the night because you happened to fall asleep on the living room couch and the kitchen door was open. Moreover, the propane refrigerator has less chances of getting something damaged as there is no compressor inside it and the moving parts are missing, as mentioned above. From this perspective, it is more convenient for the owner to buy such a fridge.
As for tips concerning the propane refrigerator, it is quite advisable to have professional installation. You need to read the instruction guide attentively and follow the advice of the manufacturer related to transport, installation and maintenance. What you should know – and this goes for most propane refrigerator types – is that the refrigerator and the freezer have to be leveled; also keep in mind that they remain reliable mostly for stationary use.
Such products are not meant for storing huge quantities of food and drink and it is always best to put inside items that have been frozen previously. If this is done, then lots of energy will be saved. Furthermore, taking your propane refrigerator out of direct sun light and keeping it full will have the same effect in terms of energy. The room where you keep this refrigerator requires proper ventilation and a certain distance away from flammable substances or objects.
All this being said, if you live in remote areas or plan to get away from it all in camps or other places that lack electricity, then the propane refrigerator is the right solution for storing your food.