Warehouses, distribution centers, factories and work sites all depend on forklifts to keep operations moving. If your propane forklift fleet runs out of fuel, it won’t be long before you fall behind schedule.
That’s why businesses in Brown, Comanche and Erath Counties come to Hill Gas for a dependable supply of forklift gas. We refill propane cylinders during business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) at our retail locations:
Feel free to call us at 888-210-1540 if you have any questions about our forklift gas refill procedures.
When your business depends on forklifts for daily operations, propane delivers on a range of metrics:
Reliability — Unlike electric forklifts, propane forklifts can run outdoors in rainy conditions without getting damaged.
Affordability — Because propane is a predominantly American-made fuel, its price tends to be lower and less volatile than gasoline, diesel or grid electricity.
Power — Propane forklifts can lift heavy loads on inclines better than electric alternatives, particularly when their power runs down. Electric forklifts lose speed and lifting capacity as their battery runs low. Propane models run at full capacity to the last drop of fuel.
Convenience — One forklift gas tank can typically run a vehicle for a full shift. When it’s time to refuel, there are no long charging times as with electric forklifts.
Safety — You can run propane forklifts indoors with no worries, because they meet or exceed nationwide indoor air quality standards, unlike gas or diesel forklifts.
Manufacturers, distribution businesses and other commercial customers come to our Central Texas locations for their forklift propane. Our team of seasoned professionals will refill your bottles and can help you find other efficiencies with propane that your operation can enjoy.
Search our service area to find the Hill Gas location nearest your business.