About Rox Gas Cylinders

What is a ROX Composite Cylinder?

ROX Composite Cylinders are a safe and light weighted alternative to the traditional steel LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) cylinders. Constructed using a mixture of fibers and plastic resin instead of metal, ROX Cylinders tanks are designed to be:

  • Safer
  • Lighter
  • Cleaner; No Rust
  • Visible Gas Level
  • Easy to install
Our mission is to make LPG use a safer and easier experience for everyone. This is why we are promoting the innovative ROX Composite Cylinders produced by Hexagon Ragasco, located in Norway, which is the leading Composite Cylinders manufacturer in the World since 1996 with a unique range of user-friendly features, while establishing an unrivalled safety record.

Why Choose ROX Composite Cylinder?

There are several advantages in choosing ROX Cylinders over the steel cylinders. The most important benefit is safety. Traditional steel cylinders can explode when put under stress (such as fire), but ROX Cylinders will not explode. After many fire and shooting tests worldwide, it has been proven that our cylinders will react with a controlled burnout when in a fire, and bullets puncturing the cylinder do not cause fires or explosions.

This cylinder combines uncompromising safety, quality, design and innovation into the future standard for gas containment. Our lighter, translucent, & rust-free cylinders reduces your LPG daily concerns and headaches, thus providing a cleaner environment for you and your family.

With over 12 million units in use worldwide and the safest track record in the industry, ROX composite cylinders are the leading cylinders in the market.

Technical Specifications

Available in six standard sizes, Hexagon Ragasco LPG cylinders are built based on a 3-part injection molding creating a cylinder that is safe, durable, solid and user-friendly.

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Advantages of ROX Cylinders


In our industry, safety comes first. ROX cylinders unmatched safety record is backed by over 12 million cylinders in use by families and businesses worldwide. For 15 years, our cylinders have been performing in / withstanding diverse weather conditions ranging from - 40 degrees Celsius in arctic regions, to +65 degrees Celsius in tropical, coastal and desert regions. Our cylinders withstand a burst pressure that is twice as high as the traditional steel cylinders. And, because they will not BLEVE, the risk of explosion in case of fire is eliminated.


The cost of refurbishing steel cylinders and its environmental impact are often underestimated. Additionally, refurbishment does not eliminate the risk of rust returning. ROX cylinders do not rust or deteriorate, offering the following advantages:
Customers will appreciate that our cylinders don't deteriorate or rust, which means they don't leave stains on the deck, car, boat, or anywhere else they choose to place them.
Help preserve the environment by eliminating toxic residues from the refurbishment process and saving energy.


ROX Cylinders lighter weight is one of its most user-friendly attributes, allowing easy handling. Our cylinders are typically less than half the weight of their steel equivalents. They are also easier to lift and handle, for just about anyone. Which means less injury risks as well as increased customer satisfaction.


Customers can easily see the gas level and know when it’s time to refill, which means they will be less likely to run out of gas while the cylinder is in use. A simple quick visual check is enough to confirm the level of LPG. We build customer trust and preference with this unique feature.

How to Install

Approvals & Certifications


Manufactured by Hexagon Ragasco (Norway) per ISO 11119-3



Manufactured by Cavagna (Italy) per EN 16129


Self Closing Valve

Manufactured by SRG Rotarex (Germany) per ISO 14245



Manufactured by CODAN (Denmark) per ISO 3821

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