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  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is a mixture of propane and butane. They are Sourced from gas or oil wells or are products of crude oil refining.
  • LPG is a highly versatile fuel, with numerous domestic, commercial and industrial applications. As a source of heat and power, it combines high performance with portability.
  • It is a safe fuel to use when handled correctly. Accidents will only occur because of carelessness or ignorance of the product.
  • It ignites readily, has high flame temperature and is easy to control. It also has cleaner combustion compared to other traditional fuels.
  • LPG can also be used to run absorption air conditioning units. You can enjoy the quiet and cool comforts of air condrtoning without paying astronomical electric bills.
  • LPG is stored and transported in its liquid form when under pressure and at low temperatures. However, when released under normal atmospheric conditions, it will turn into gas.
  • Liquid LPG can expand to form vapor equivalent to 250 times of its liquid volume when vented to the atmosphere, LPG made available to all establishments through the centralized distribution system is already in its vapor form. The elimination of storing liquid LPG inside a unit makes piped LPG safer to use.
  • It is non poisonous and inhaling small amounts for short periods will have no noticeable effect on a person. However, exposure to larger amounts can cause nausea and drowsiness.
  • LPG is lighter than water. It is heavier than air when it's in gaseous form and will not disperse easily It will collect in low lying areas such as cellars, pits, drains or depressions, thus creating a potential hazard.
  • It is colorless and odorless. For your safety, however, a special odor has been added so you can detect it easily in case of leaks.
  • LPG has a low boiling point (Propane 42°C, Butane 0°C). Any contact with bare skin will result in cold burns.
  • LPG mixed with the right proportion of air is extremely flammable. This right proportion of LPG mixed with air or what we call the flammability limits is between 2% to 10%.
  • LPG can dissolve natural rubber and certain plastic materials.
  • The gas pressure in your installation pipes is very low. This is about as much pressure as you'd use to blow out a match.

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