Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Sarkhoon Gheshm
This product (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is created by two gas: hydrocarbon gas butane and propane, or a combination of them, which are kept in liquid form. Usually, small amounts of compounds such as propylene and butylene are also present in liquid casings.
Each liter of Liquefied gas is 500 to 580 grams and each liter of gasoline weighs 710 to 770 grams. This gas is converted to a liquid at a temperature of 21 degrees Celsius at a pressure of 8 kg / cm2; at the time of production, it does not have any color, odor, or taste, which, for safety reasons, contains sulfur compounds called mercaptans (which include ethyl mercaptan and Methyl mercaptan) is added.
Liquefied petroleum gas is used for heating applications and as fuel for vehicles. It is also used in the manufacture of spray nozzles and as a coolant in cold stores such as refrigerators and freezers.
In small industries where the industrial consumer cannot afford the installation of large gas reservoirs or the location of the installation of these tanks, they will use 50kg cylinders that are portable and attach it to the building gas pipeline outside the building.
This gas is used in many places where it is not possible to use other sources of fuel because it is simply portable.
- Homes for cookers and heating appliance.
- Factories for furnaces and burners (and in some of them for the second fuel)
- Industrial and commercial kitchens
- Gas ignition system (IGNITION) of combined turbine power plants
- Second fuel for cars