How to buy gas the easy way

Trade N Go Gas makes buying gas easy, convenient and flexible. The team at Coregas share how it works and why you’ll never need to pay for cylinder rental again.

How it works

First, select from a range of Coregas D-size cylinders of quality, Australian-produced acetylene, argon, oxygen and MIG gas.

Then leave a flat-fee deposit on the cylinder and just pay for the gas. With no rental charges, you can keep the cylinder for as long as you need it.

When the cylinder is empty, exchange it at any participating Bunnings store. Just swap it over for a full one, pay for the gas and you’re on the move again. Provided it’s returned empty, you’ll only pay for the gas.

If you’re finished with the cylinder altogether, simply return it and get your deposit back.

Safety first

There are also other important benefits of using Trade N Go Gas, such as assured safety. Coregas understands the risks involved in dealing with gas cylinders, which are essentially high pressure containers that need to be treated with care.

Coregas is able to manage and maintain the gas cylinders to keep them in top notch condition.

As technology changes over time, Coregas is at the forefront and constantly seeking to upgrade its fleet to keep pace with an ever-evolving market. Through Trade N Go Gas it offers lighter cylinders that have a higher capacity than others currently on the market.

Bottles of gas

Get your gas

To get your Trade N Go Gas, visit your nearest participating Bunnings store.

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