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LPG properties include density (specific gravity), boiling point, vapour expansion,
energy content, combustion facts, flame temperature, flash point & more.
Let us introduce you to the various properties of this very efficient gas. A good
mixture: LPG is mainly Propane (C3H8), Butane (C4H10) or a mix of Propane
LPG is a by-product of oil refineries during distillation process of crude oil, but
can also be found in oil and gas wells. 8. LPG Properties. COLOR. • Propane is ...
Properties of LPG. LPG vapour is heavier than air, which has important safety
implications. Any leakage will sink to the ground and accumulate in low lying
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Find out about the properties and hazards of LPG. Useful information on where it
comes from, how it behaves, how to handle it and more.
Liquefied Petroleum gas, or LPG as it is better known as, is a hydrocarbon. It
contains propane, butane, propylene and butylene. Since it is an inflammable ...
About LPG. Liquefied Petroleum Gas is a Propane / Butane mixture liquefied
under normal ambient temperature and moderate pressures. It is a safe, clean ...
Behaviour LPG exists as a gas at normal atmospheric pressure & temperatures,
but may be liquefied by the application of moderate pressure. If the pressure is ...