What is LPG
LPG is stored in cylinders and tanks of various sizes for domestic, commercial, industrial uses and is considered one of the safest, economical, cleanest and least polluting conventional fuels.
Liquefied petroleum gas is also known as LPG, more specifically a mixture of hydrocarbons, consisting of propane and butane. LPG is stored in bottles and tanks of various sizes for domestic, commercial, industrial uses. Combustion leaves little residue, so it requires less cleaning during maintenance and ensures longer device life. In addition, it is considered one of the safest, most economical, cleanest and least polluting conventional fuels. According to regulation K.Y.A 31856/2003, household consumers have the opportunity to benefit from the advantages of LPG:
LPG uses in your home:
- It is an ideal fuel for cooking because it provides a constant temperature, which you can easily control.
- Produces hot water, able to meet the needs of the modern consumer.
- As a heating source for the central heating system and your energy fireplace.
-In outdoor applications such as outdoor heaters, barbecues and pool heating.
- In lighting and air conditioning.
With these options you will be able to relax in the warmth and comfort of your home even during the cold winter months. In addition, depending on the consumer profile, the consumer can ensure significant money savings, this is because LPG has high energy efficiency, high calorific value, high degree of combustion efficiency and reduced maintenance costs.