Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), better known as propane and commonly referred to as gas cylinder or pipette, is a mixture of hydrocarbons (organic compounds consisting solely of carbon and hydrogen) light comprised of butane and propane.
What is LPG?
These components can remain gaseous and liquid under ambient conditions when packaged or stored at low pressures, this is what is known as liquefiable.
LPG has important petrochemical and fuel uses. As fuel used in industrial processes (steam generation, cooling and heating systems, engine fuel) and commercial and residential processes (cooking, heating and heating gua, among others).