LPG


LPG stands for “Liquefied Petroleum Gas”. LPG is a mixture of flammable hydrocarbon gases that include propane, butane, isobutane and mixtures of the three LPG gases. LPG is commonly used for home heating, cooking, hot water, and autogas – fuel for LPG cars and vehicles.

LPG Specification:
Parameter Specifications Value/ Range (To meet the need of Domestic, Commercial & Bulk Customers) Test Method
Specific Gravity 15 C kg/m3 0.550-0.570 ASTM-D 2598
Vapor pressure, gauge, 100oF, kPa 550-700 ASTM-D 2598
Methane Report ASTM-D 2163
C2 Content Report ASTM-D 2163
C3 Content V / V % 25-35 ASTM-D 2163
C4 Content V / V% 65-75 ASTM-D 2163
C5+ Content Mol% 0.50 max ASTM-D 2163
1,3 butadiene Nil ASTM-D 2163
Olefin Mol % 3.0 max ASTM-D 2163
Total Unsaturates Mol% 3.5 max ASTM-D 2163
Gross Calorific value (BTU/CF) @ 60oF 2900-3100 ASTM-D 2598
Gross Calorific value (Kcal/Kg) @ 60oF 11,700-11,800 ASTM-D 2598
Vapor density @ 100F (kg/m3) Approx-2.30 ASTM-D 2598
Residue on evaporation(ml/100ml) @100oF 0.05max ASTM-D 2158
Total Sulphur, ppm (wt) 50 Max ASTM-D 2784
Free water content Nil Visual
Corrosion Cu Strip 1 hour at 37.8 C 1 Max ASTM-D 1838
Odor – Ethyle Mercaptan ppm (wt) 15 Max BS 4250
Hydrogen Sulfide ppm (wt) 10 Max SLS 1169
MON 89 Min ASTM-D 2598
Oil Stain (2 min) Pass
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