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|Product Name:||Propane||CAS No.:||74-98-6|
|Application:||Refrigerant||Other Names::||Propane R290|
|Appearance:||No Strange Stench, Colourless||Odor:||Odorless|
30lb High Quality 99.9% Purity Propane R290 For Auto - Air Conditioning
C3H8 is used for refrigerant , for central air conditioning ,heat pump,air conditioning and other small household refrigeration equipment, also can be used for metal gas .
After it is produced, North American propane is stored in huge salt caverns. Examples of these are Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta; Mont Belvieu, Texas; and Conway, Kansas. These salt caverns were hollowed out in the 1940s, and they can store 80,000,000 barrels (13,000,000 m3) or more of propane. When the propane is needed, much of it is shipped by pipelines to other areas of the United States. Propane is also shipped by truck, ship, barge, and railway to many U.S. areas.
Propane can also be produced as a biofuel.
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|Packing||Disposable cylinder 13.2lb/6kg,22lb/10kg,Recyclable cylinder 926L|
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Propane powers some locomotives,buses,forklift,taxis and ice resurfacing machines, and is used for heat and cooking in recreational vehicles and campers.
Propane is the primary flammable gas in blowtorches for soldering or brazing.
Propane is used as a feedstock for the production of base petrochemicals in steam cracking.
Propane is the primary fuel for hot air balloons.
It is used in semiconductor manufacture to deposit silicon carbide.
Propane is commonly used in theme parks and in the movie industry as an inexpensive, high-energy fuel for explosions and other special effects.
Propane is used as a propellant, relying on the expansion of the gas to fire the projectile. It does not ignite the gas.The use of a liquefied gas gives more shots per cylinder, compared to a compressed gas.
Propane is used as a propellant for many household aerosol sprays, including shaving creams and air fresheners.
|CAS Register Number||74-98-6|
|DOT Label||flame pictogram|
|Hazards||High Pressure and suffocationsuffocationsuffocation|