is an abbreviation for Liquefied Petroleum Gas.
It is composed mainly of propane and butane. LPG
at normal temperature and pressure is a gas, and
changes to a liquid when subjected to modest pressure
LPG in its natural
state is colorless, tasteless, and odorless, thus,
small amounts of an odorant called ethyl mercaptan
is added to create a foul smell to aid in the
detection of leaks.
are the benefits of using LPG?
It is a clean burning fuel,
thus, it is environmentally friendly.
It requires less frequent maintenance
of appliances and machines.
You have absolute control over
heat and flame produced.
It is reliable and allows continuous
use for there is no interruption such as power
It is portable, for it
can be stored, transported, and used anywhere.
and the environment
the event of a leak, LPG will readily vaporize
and dissipate into the atmosphere and will
not contaminate aquifers or soil as do most
LPG as a source of energy could help in energy
conservation and environmental protection
because LPG is not only a good energy source
for it also helps in combatting pollution.
is suitable for inside and all outside work,
thereby eliminating the cost and inconvenience
of running two separate fleets.
time is reduced to a minimum.
has a higher calorific value than diesel,
thus, fewer refills is needed.
burns cleanly thereby increasing engine life.
is a clean-burning fuel with few harmful emissions.
Emission reduction plays an important part
in the health of workers, improved environmental
hygiene, and reduction of potential damage
to sensitive products.
is ideal for continuous operation because
of fast refueling. Charging electric powered
forklift trucks is time-consuming.
maintains 100% power throughout 24 hour operation,
7 days a week.