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Propane Gas

Propane Gas

Propane is a three-carbon alkane, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid. It is derived from other petroleum products during oil or natural gas processing.

Propane does not burn as hot as acetylene in its inner cone. Its maximum flame temperature in oxygen is 2,828°C, while the maximum flame temperature of acetylene in oxygen is 3,160°C. Therefore, the piercing speed is much slower. As the burning and slag formation are affected by the oxygen jet, the cutting speed is similar as that of acetylene. Furthermore, propane is much more useful for heating and bending than acetylene and easier to transport.

Property of chloride :
Molecular weight 44.10
Flame Temperature(In Oxygen)-H 5110
Flame Temperature(In Air) -H 3600
Flame Speed(In Oxygen) -Ft./Sec 10.9
Flame Speed(In Air) -Ft./Sec 1.7
Primary Flame Heat Value -BTU/cu.ft. 255
Secondary Flame Heat Value CBTU/cu.ft. 2243
Total Heat Value -BTU/>cu.ft. 2498
Total Heat Value of Gas -BTU/>cu.ft. 21,800
Volume to weight ratio Ft3/Ib @ 60H 8.7
Combustion Intensity Primary flame CBtu/ft2 sec 433
Combustion Intensity Secondary flame CBtu/ft2 sec 3813
Combustion Intensity CBtu/ft2 sec  4246
 
Quality standard :
Purity% 99.95
>Moisture,PPm 0.001
>Acidity,PPm 0.0001
Residue on evaporation ,>PPm 0.01
Appearance colorless , no cloudy
Odor no smell

Packaging and Storage

Propane gas is available in disposable steel cylinder (Size: φ75×280mm; Net weight: 14.1 oz). The standard package is 12 cylinders per carton.

Cylinders should be stored in cool, dry and well-ventilated area.

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