LPG

LPG Installations to AS/NZS Standards with Quality Products and Brands with Correct Gas Parts Fittings;

  • Appliance Loads Calculations
  • Pipe Sizing
  • Tank Sizing
  • Correct Gas Parts & Fittings

Main uses of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) in your home, including cooking, heating, hot water, autogas, aerosol propellant, air conditioning refrigerant and back-up generator applications.

Why use LPG?
LPG is Clean, Versatile, Portable, and Accessible

LPG is an amazingly versatile and transportable fuel that is an integral part of our everyday lives.

LPG Applications:

Use for Cooking, Electricity Generation, Leisure, Camping, Hospitality Industry, Transportation, Business and Industry, Agriculture, Livestock, Fun and More..

Advantages and Disadvantages of LPG

The following are lists comparing the advantages and disadvantages of LPG:

Advantages of LPG

  • LPG has an indefinite shelf life making it perfect for backup generators
  • LPG is a portable energy source good for camping and going off grid
  • LPG is available virtually anywhere and easily transportable
  • LPG energy density is higher than natural gas
  • LPG is low tech with easy to use applications
  • LPG is a low carbon fuel emitting low levels of CO2
  • LPG is clean burning with virtually no particulate emissions
  • Using LPG requires very little infrastructure

Disadvantages of LPG

  • LPG is a fossil fuel
  • LPG needs to be delivered
  • LPG incurs delivery costs
  • LPG does produce some CO2 when burned
  • LPG is flammable and potentially explosive
  • LPG is heavier than air so can accumulate in the event of a leak

Final Thoughts on the Uses of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas)

There are many, many more uses of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) than listed above.

Cleaning, disinfecting, roofing, commercial car washes and petrochemical feedstock are just a few.

LPG is an amazingly versatile and transportable fuel that is an integral part of our everyday lives.