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PROPANE, LPG

APPLICATION:  

LPG, liquefied petroleum gas is the flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases  (formery called also as propane-butane) used as fuel in heating appliances, cooking equipment, vehicles and also as fuel gas in metal fabrication technologies. One of the components of LPG is Propane gas. Propane gives higher energy in the oxy-fuel flame than LPG and also boiling (vaporizing) temperature is lower (it becomes gaseous at lower temperatures). This makes pure propane more efficient for oxy-fuel application than LPG. But both are typicaly used for cutting, brazing, preheating and related technologies.

 

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GAS PROPERTIES

  • Colorless gas
  • Faintly disagreeable
  • Flammable 
  • Explosive
  • Heavier than air

  • Chemical formula: C3H8
  • Gas symbol:  P
  • Boiling point: -42,1°C at 1,013 bar
  • Melting point: -186,69°C at 1,013 bar
  • Gas density: 1,880 kg/m3 at 1,013 bar and 15°C
  • Evaporation 1 kg  → 0,532 m3 gas at 1,013 bar and 15°C
  • Ignition temperature: 459°C
  • Explosion limit with air: low 1,7% - high 10,8%

 

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PRODUCTS

Product Picture Inlet pressure  Outlet pressure Remark
Dincontrol

25bar

1,5 bar
4 bar

Single stage
Unicontrol
25bar

1,5 bar
4 bar

Single stage
Fixicontrol   25bar 1,5 bar
4 bar

Single stage
Multistage   25bar

1,5 bar
4 bar

Two stage
Basecontrol  
25bar 4 bar Single stage
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