LPG Propane

LPG (liquefied petroleum gas), commonly known as "cylinder gas", is a common energy source used in heating, heating and lighting in our country. LPG is a colorless and odorless gas. However, it is scented against possible leaks. LPG obtained from the purification of crude oil in refineries or from natural gas is filled into steel cylinders and presented to the consumer. The composition of the gas is 70% butane, 30% propane. It is a flammable gas heavier than air.

LPG exists in the cylinder in both liquid and gaseous form. When the device to which the cylinder is connected is started to be used, the gaseous LPG at the top decreases. The liquid LPG at the bottom fills the missing place by evaporation. Since LPG is a liquefied gas under pressure and its boiling point is below 0 degrees, it evaporates immediately at normal temperature. Being able to evaporate easily is a feature that makes LPG superior to other fuels. Since it can be easily liquefied under pressure, it can be easily stored and transported in steel cylinders. Being a storable energy source makes LPG superior to many other energy sources.

Properties of LPG gas

Usage Areas of LPG Gas

Seralgaz is the authorized official dealer of Ipragaz A.Ş., one of the companies with the largest production and sales capacity in Turkey.