LPG is an exceptional fuel. The energy provided by LPG is unmatched by most of the fuels mainly due to the calorific value it carries also with the portability LPG offers as a fuel. Maybe because of this reason, LPG as a fuel can serve even the remotest of the locations. Let’s look at some basic LPG properties.
LPG or Liquefied Petroleum Gas is an umbrella term given for a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gas majorly containing Propane and butane and mixtures of these.
Therefore, to detect and avert this danger, Ethyl Mercaptan is the chemical added to LPG. It has a pungent smell and is easily detectable by humans.
Even though LPG is very helpful and people are generally alert, there are still chances for improvement and a safety culture needs to be inculcated in people. Please find below some safety tips to do in case of LPG Emergency.
Remember, safety is a choice. For more safety tips check out our safety tips page.