Our propane experts will help you with your specific equipment needs

Ted Johnson Propane is one of the leading propane companies providing a wide variety of propane tanks for both commercial and domestic use in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California. Following are some of the larger sizes of tanks that we provide.

Commercial Tanks
50 Gallon Propane Tanks
124 Gallon Propane Tanks
499 Gallon Propane Tanks
1150 Gallon Propane Tanks
Domestic Tanks
124 Gallon Propane Tanks
250 Gallon Propane Tanks
300 Gallon Propane Tanks
500 Gallon Propane Tanks

We also carry a wide supply of propane parts and equipment

  • Tank Racks
  • Tank Guards
  • Regulators
  • Adaptors
  • Brass Fittings
  • Safety Decals
  • Fill Nozzles
  • Gauges
  • Customizable Hoses
  • Gaskets/O-rings
  • Safety Gloves and Glasses
  • AND much more
Apollo Valves
Blackmer
Fisher
Gastite
Jomar Group
Leeson Electric Motors
Liqua-Tech
Manchester Tank
Marshall Gas Controls
MEC
Neptune
Ransome Manufacturing
Squibb Tayler
Worthington Cylinders

Watch and Learn How Propane Irrigation Can Save You Money

CA farmers are moving to durable, cleaner-running LPG irrigation engines in ever larger numbers. New irrigation diesels are laden with fluids, sensors, catalysts, and regulations, and their failure rates have skyrocketed. They cost more to buy or operate than LPG engines. And electric? Have a Ph.D so you can figure out the big utility company’s intentionally confusing rubik’s cube of ag rates? Not even the utility people understand them anymore, and LPG irrigation engines routinely operate in CA at substantially lower cost per gallon of diesel or kWhr of electricity. And the propane industry routinely provides rebate incentives for engines that start out at lower costs than new diesel engines, or new VFD electric pumps and line drops that take up to 18 months to acquire. Propane irrigation in CA routinely saves the farmer at least a third over Tier 4F diesel pumping costs, and can save more than that for electric pumping. Want more info? Call your propane or ag engine dealer, or look for the farmer with the smile on his face–chances are there’s a new LPG irrigation engine running in a field near you.