The RUBIGAS LPG Composite bottles have some great benefits over traditional metal cylinders and are suited for various usages including picnicking, BBQs as well as regular domestic cooking. Easily portable and attractively designed, these lightweight LPG bottles are available in 22lbs only and are available at all RUBIS Service Stations in Barbados and St. Lucia.


Easily Portable and Ergonomic – a unique design, these lightweight bottles weigh 50% less than traditional steel cylinders.

Translucent Design – no more guessing about the gas level. You can see the filling level at all times, so you won’t run out unexpectedly – cook and entertain without any surprises.

Non-Corrosive – made from composite and plastic, these cylinders do not corrode or leave rust stains in your cupboards or on your patios.

Eco-Friendly – the cylinders are made from 100% recyclable material.

Unique Modern Design – easy to grip and an attractive look.

Safe 3-Part Construction – built to last with three layers of high-quality composite and plastic materials including a seamless liner for added protection.

UV Protection – special adhesives prevent product degradation over time.


  1. 1
    Are the new Composite bottles safe?
    Yes, these bottles meet the highest EU and USA safety standards and are used in many countries worldwide. The Rubigas Composite Bottles have also been approved locally by the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, in the Ministry of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development.
  2. 2
    What is a translucent design?
    The liner and composite pressure vessel has sufficient translucency for the user to see the liquid level of LPG inside the bottle. This see-through feature enables the user to see the gas level through the wall of the bottle, therefore eliminating the risk of running out of gas during an inopportune time.
  3. 3
    Is it hazardous to see liquid inside the bottle?
    No, every bottle of LPG (metal or composite) has a liquid and vapour phase, even when full. The liquid phase is LPG in fluid form and not water. When the Composite bottle is in use, the liquid level drops and when there is no liquid remaining the cylinder is empty. The cylinder should be returned to one of the three RUBIS Service Stations for replacement.
  4. 4
    Is it hazardous to see bubbling inside the cylinder?
    No, when LPG is in use the liquid gradually becomes gas and during this process it is normal to see the liquid bubbling. There is no hazard associated with this process and the effervescent stage is completely normal.
  5. 5
    How will I know when I run out of gas?
    With the Rubigas LPG Composite bottles, you can clearly see the liquid level. When you cannot see any liquid in the bottle, it is empty and should be replaced.
  6. 6
    Where can I buy the Rubigas composite cylinders and what size are they available in?
  7. They are available in 22lbs cylinders and can be purchased at all RUBIS Service Stations in Barbados and St. Lucia.

For more information:
For inquiries call 246 417 8970