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Liquefied petroleum gas or LPG, mixture of gases, chiefly propane and butane, produced commercially from petroleum and stored under pressure to keep it in a liquid state. The boiling point of liquefied petroleum gas varies from about −44°C to 0°C (−47°F to 32°F), so that the pressure required to liquefy it is considerable and the containers for it must be of heavy steel. When prepared as fuel, LPG is largely propane; common uses are for powering automotive vehicles, for cooking and heating, and sometimes for lighting in rural areas. LPG is an attractive fuel for internal-combustion engines; because it burns with little air pollution and little solid residue, it does not dilute lubricants, and it has a high octane rating.

What are the advantages of using LPG?


  • Variety of applications: heating, water heating, hearth products, cooking, clothes drying, swimming pool water heating, hot tub and sauna heating, and emergency generators. Propane also is used to fuel cars, trucks, and buses.
  • Clean-burning and environmentally friendly: Propane can be stored safely in both residential and commercial underground tanks. For more on the environmental aspects of propane, see the next section.
  • Efficient: Propane-powered equipment is as high as 96% efficient. For example, for every dollar spent on heating, you get 96 cents worth of heat.
  • Low-cost hot water: Propane heats water at half the cost of electricity.
  • Economical installation: Heating and water heating equipment can be installed with direct venting, eliminating the need for a chimney and the cost of unnecessary construction.

Propane and The Environment

There are huge environmental differences between fuel oil, gasoline, and propane.

For starters, fuel oil appliances emit 17% more carbon dioxide than do gas appliances - quite significant when you consider the prospective ramifications of Global Warming.

But there are many other differences:

  • Toxicity & Underground Storage: Because propane is non-toxic and doesn't threaten the water table, propane is exempt from EPA regulations. In fact, the EPA recommends that water supplies switch from fuel oil to safer, environmentally friendly supplies like propane. (EPA has stringent regulations governing the storage and use of both oil and gasoline.)
  • Flammability/Ignition: Unlike other fuels, propane has a narrow flammability range. Unless the propane/air mixture is between approximately 2.2 and 9.6% propane vapor, it can't burn. Moreover, propane can't ignite in the air unless there's an ignition source of 940o (Fahrenheit). Gasoline, on the other hand, may ignite between roughly 430o and 500o.
  • Air Pollution Resulting from Spills: If liquid propane leaks, it vaporizes, dissipating rapidly into the air.