What is LPG?

Liquid gas, in particular, C mixture, is known as technical propane. It is a purely ecological and economical source of energy. Comming in a natural way in the process of crude oil decomposition. LPG is transported and stored in the liquid state at ambient temperature under pressure.

Liquid gas is used by households, craft, industry, commerce, agriculture, gastronomy, holiday homes and wherever the energy is needed. There are over 2000 ways of using liquid gas, including heating, hot water preparation, cooking, drying or even tempering, brazing or cutting. For all these processes, liquid gas provides an excellent source of energy.

From all available energy sources on the market, LPG has the highest calorific value. Its economic values are determined by the low cost of investment, the maintenance costs and the use of the system during the season. Gas feeders are supplied by a gas phase from the tank, which automatically evaporates from the liquid mirror, collecting heat from the environment.

In case of the supply-demand inability for industrial installations, it is also possible to evaporate liquid gas artificially by using energy supplied from outside. At the time, high power installation is not a problematic.

The combustion gas phase does not emit harmful pollutants as, sulfur compounds, carbon oxides, nitrogen or heavy metals into the atmosphere. Liquid gas covers the full energy requirement and is ideal for upgrading heating systems.