What is LPG?
What is LPG? LPG, or liquid petroleum gas as it’s more commonly known, is a fuel that can be used to power vehicles and heat homes. It comes from hydrocarbons like propane compressed into liquid form for easy transportation in cylinders. The liquid becomes a vapor when released and burned, making LPG clean-burning with no harmful emissions produced while being cheaper than most other fuels on the market today. From storage of different types of cylinders outside or inside your home to controlling flow rates based on valves, there are many options available so you’re sure to find one perfect for you!
What makes LPG so useful? Well, it has many advantages over other fuels:
LPG doesn’t produce any harmful emissions, it burns cleaner than gasoline does, it is more efficient than most fossil fuels, and it is also cheaper than some other fuel sources, making it a good option for people who want to save money.
There are many different types of LPG cylinders and they have special features that make them safer or more convenient:
Some cylinders can be stored outside in extreme weather conditions while others must remain inside; some allow you to easily dispense the liquid without having to carry around a heavy cylinder and others have special valves that allow you to easily control the flow of gas.
Some cylinders are made for powering vehicles while others can only be used indoors, like in homes or businesses. And some types contain other fuels, such as propane-butane mixtures (PBGC) that provide a faster, cleaner burn than other types of LPG.
What is the future for Liquid Petroleum Gas?
LPG has been around since 1859 and it’s a fuel that will likely be around for many years to come because of its versatility. It can power vehicles as well as heat homes with a low carbon footprint, meaning it has much less environmental impact than some other fuels do. Plus, you’ll find that propane-butane mixtures (PBGC) provide an extremely fast, clean burn—it delivers more BTUs per cubic foot than any other type of LPG on the market today! In fact, PBGC provides up to 100% higher thermal efficiency when used in powering refrigeration units or furnaces over traditional LPG.