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Find out why McADAMS PROPANE COMPANY should be your #1 source for PROPANE in EAST TEXAS!

Propane, also commonly referred to as liquefied petroleum gas, LPG, is a colourless, odourless, non-toxic gas. It burns much more efficiently and cleanly compared to its fossil fuel counterparts, including diesel and gasoline, as its products do not include sulphur dioxide or particulates.

Characteristics of Propane

Propane has a number of unique characteristics that increase its usefulness and value as an energy source. At the same time, these characteristics require that you respect the product to assure your safety.

  • Propane is not poisonous.
  • Propane vapor is more dense (heavier) than air and, as a result, can accumulate in low spots.
  • Propane can be liquefied at ordinary temperatures with moderate pressures.
  • In its natural state, propane is colorless and odorless. An unpleasant-smelling agent is added to help detect leaks.
  • As a liquid, propane is easily transported and stored.
  • Propane burns cleanly and has a high heat value.
  • Propane liquid is extremely volatile and will vaporize quickly if spilled.
  • Propane vapor will diffuse very slowly into the atmosphere unless assisted by strong wind currents.
  • Propane vapor leaking into the atmosphere cannot always be detected by the eye.
  • One gallon of propane liquid will produce about 270 gallons of propane vapor in the air.
  • One gallon of propane liquid will produce about 10,000 gallons or 1,300 cubic feet of a combustible propane-air mixture in the atmosphere.


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