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Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)

The perfect fuel for your off-grid business

Liquefied Petrol Gas (LPG) is a widely used alternative fuel. It has substantial reserves due to its dual origins from natural gas processing and crude oil refining. LPG has a very high energy content per tonne compared to most other oil products and burns easily in the presence of air. This has made LPG a popular fuel for domestic heating and cooking, commercial use, agricultural and industrial processes, and increasingly as an alternative transport fuel.

Facts about LPG

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is a naturally occurring by-product that is recovered during the extraction of natural gas from the earth (60%) and produced during the refining of crude oil (40%).
As LPG is transported in a liquid form under light pressure, it is easily transported and adapted to both urban and very remote areas.
It has gradually become recognised as a modern fuel that is highly efficient, as well as healthier, cleaner and more environmentally friendly than many other commonly-used fuels.

A modern, efficient fuel

LPG is one of the safest, cleanest and most sustainable energy sources currently available. LPG can be up to 5 times more efficient than traditional fuels.

An exceptional energy

To generate 180kWh of energy provided by every 13kg cylinder of LPG, you would need 25kg of coal or 91kg of firewood.

Benefits of LPG for Industry

LPG is a low carbon fuel with thousands of industrial and commercial applications. Regarded as an exceptional energy source, it is cleaner than any other fossil fuel, highly energy efficient and safe to use. With immense benefits, and a wide scope of use across a multitude of industries, BNH LPG CYLINDERS L.L.P LPG is one of the most preferred energy sources today.

Benefits of using BNH LPG CYLINDERS L.L.P LPG:

  • Increased fuel savings
  • High rate of heating – as high as 400 °C per hour
  • Uniformity in temperature and precise temperature control
  • Better heat transfer with LPG firing
  • No wastage of fuel due to spillage and adulteration
  • Uniformity and increased end product quality
  • Uniformity and increased end product quality
  • Lower shut down time of machinery

Applications Area

There are more than 1000 applications of LPG. Hundreds of millions of people currently use LPG and depend on it for thousands of applications, in commercial business, industry, transportation, farming, power generation, cooking, heating and for recreational purposes.

Benefits of LPG for Vehicle

Reduced carbon emission and high savings of up to 40% over petrol have led to Auto LPG becoming most widely used alternative fuel for automobiles. Free of any impurities, Auto LPG burns clean and emits very low carbon and soots – meaning improved engine life and performance

Benefits of Auto LPG :

  • Clean fuel, significantly reduces harmful emission such as CO2, oxides of sulphur and nitrogen and suspended particulate matter
  • Saves up to 30-40% of fuel bill compared to petrol without compromising on driving performance
  • Pure and Tamper proof
  • Smooth and consistent vehicle performance
  • Reduced engine noise and vibration
  • Improved engine life and reduced recurring maintenance cost
  • Conveniently located dispensing stations for easy filling

Safety Tips for Hotel and Industry

BNH LPG CYLINDERS L.L.P emphasizes importance of safety at customer's LPG installations and other operations. Safe working environments ensure employee safety and productivity, be it at industrial or commercial set up. We recommend our customers to follow these safety measures to ensure a safe and enjoyable work place.

Precautions you have to be aware of

  • Always keep the cylinder in upright position
  • Don’t heat the cylinder directly or indirectly
  • Check the cylinder for any leakage from ‘O’ ring and valve before connecting
  • Don’t keep unconnected cylinders
  • Turn off the valve when cylinder is not in use
  • Restrict entry to authorized persons only
  • Don’t store any extra material in the LPG shed
  • Keep the area clean
  • Don’t allow battery operated instruments inside the LPG shed
  • Don’t use any non-flame proof electrical items inside the LPG shed
  • No smoking in the LPG shed or area
  • No naked flame anywhere inside the LPG shed or area
  • In emergency dial Police: 100, Fire Brigade: 101

    Safety Tips for Home

    LPG is a popular and efficient energy source used in homes for cooking. It is imperative that you take good care and use it safely and responsibly. LPG Cylinders are strong and cannot be damaged easily. However leaks can occur from cylinder, valves and pipe connections if it is not kept in good condition or if considerable care is not taken while replacing them.

    When buying your LPG

  • Always buy LPG cylinders from authorized franchisees only
  • Check that the cylinder has been delivered with the company seal and safety cap intact, do not accept the cylinder if the seal is broken
  • Please look for the due date of test, which is marked on the inner side of the cylinder stay plate and if this date is over, do not accept the cylinder
  • When cooking with LPG

  • Keep the windows open to ventilate your kitchen
  • Do not place flammable or plastic items near the flame
  • Never leave your cooking unattended. The cooking vessel could overflow and extinguish the burners, causing gas to leak.
  • Close the regulator knob to OFF position when cylinder is not in use
  • LPG maintenance

  • Disconnect LPG regulator and affix safety cap when your gas stove is not in use for prolonged period
  • Always store the LPG cylinder in an upright position and away from other combustible and flammable materials
  • Check for gas leaks regularly by applying soap solution on cylinder joints. The appearance of soap bubbles indicates leak points
  • Do not use open flame to detect leaks
  • Always replace worn-out or defective tubing and regulators. Half of all cooking gas-related accidents occur due to leakages from the rubber tube. Use only regulators and tubes with ISI Mark
  • Make sure all parts of your LPG system is in good condition. If you find anything wrong with any part, contact your franchisee immediately and ask for assistance
  • Never tamper with your LPG cylinder
  • Safety Tips for Bulk LPG

    To ensure complete safety in and around LPG installation, SUPERGAS strictly adheres to pre-defined safety processes and regulations. We continuously train our people and customers on detecting leaks, offering appropriate attention and exercising reasonable care in handling and usage. Since good combustion system and installation standards are essential for safety, utmost importance is given to both.

    Following are our safety guidelines on Bulk LPG handling and uses:

    While unloading LPG Tanker

  • Unload the tanker only after sunrise and before sunset and never during heavy rains, thunderstorms or lightning
  • Check all documents relating to the tanker, such as LPG transport license, TREM card, SRV test report, driving license, invoice of LPG etc.
  • Weigh the LPG tanker on the weighbridge and record readings properly
  • Fix spark arrestor to LPG tanker exhaust pipe before the tanker enters the LPG yard.
  • Park the tanker on hard stand and apply hand brakes. Put wheel chokes on all the four wheels and then position the DCP fire extinguisher near unloading point
  • Turn 'OFF' the master switch of battery
  • Exit gate of LPG yard must always remain open during unloading operation
  • Ensure proper earthing connections for tank and truck body
  • During unloading, the tanker driver and LPG yard operator should always be present at the site.
  • Connect both liquid and vapour balancing hoses to the tanker
  • Check the rotogauge reading of storage tanks as well as that of the tanker. Record volume, temperature and pressure of LPG tanker and static tanks
  • Open the liquid and vapour valves of the tanker slowly and vent out air trapped in hose through vent pipes
  • Unload the tanker first by pressure difference. When pressure is balanced, start the unloading pump. Remember to open the vapour balancing line while unloading through pump
  • Monitor the liquid level in static tanks by checking rotogauge at regular intervals. Ensure that static tanks are not filled beyond 85%
  • After unloading of the tanker is complete, check rotogauge of static tanks and tankers, and stop unloading pump
  • Close the ball valves of tanker and fill point. Empty LPG from unloading hoses by venting off and disconnecting hoses Check if the earthing connection and LPG hoses are disconnected and wheel chokes are removed before moving the tanker
  • Weigh the tanker again. Difference between initial weight and final weight is net gas receipt.
  • LPG tanker driver must check brake pressure and then move the tanker from the LPG yard.
  • While operating bulk LPG

  • Only well-trained personnel must carry out all LPG operations
  • Keep the LPG yard clean and free of dry vegetation and other flammable materials
  • Avoid all sources of ignition and make sure cautionary signages like “No Smoking“,”No Mobile”,“No Naked Flame“ are displayed prominently
  • Care should be taken while draining out water from the storage tank in order to prevent escape of LPG
  • LPG Maintenance

  • Permit is a pre-requisite to carry out any maintenance work
  • Only authorized service personnel can carry out maintenance operations inside the LPG yard
  • Hot work like welding, heating or cutting work should be done outside the LPG yard (fenced area). All maintenance work for burners or combustion system should be carried out by authorized service personnel only
  • Do's of LPG Bulk Installation

  • Don’t allow unauthorized persons into the LPG yard
  • Don’t store any foreign material in the LPG yard
  • Don’t allow battery operated instruments inside the LPG yard
  • Don’t touch liquid LPG with naked hands. Always use hand gloves
  • Don’t walk over pipelines
  • In case of leakage or fire

  • Stop all operations, close all isolation valves, and raise alarm
  • Use personal protective equipments/clothes while fighting fire or controlling leakages
  • In case of fire, start water sprinkler spray system directing water jet to the flame source
  • If fire is small, use DCP type fire extinguishers
  • Those not performing any duty in emergency must assemble at emergency assembly point
  • Isolate main electrical system except the fire fighting system
  • Stop the spread of fire by closing isolation ball valves
  • Avoid all source of ignition. Block any traffic movements in case of major leakage
  • Inform plant manager, fire brigade and police if leakage/fire is not controlled
  • Give first aid and life saving treatment to injured persons