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|Product Name:||Propane||Flash Point:||−104 °C|
|GHS Hazard Statements:||H220||Vapor Pressure:||853.16 KPa|
|Boiling Point:||−42.25||Molar Mass::||44.10|
|Appearance:||Colorless||Solubility In Water:||47|
High Purity Refrigerant Propane Used In Motor Vehicles
Commercially available "propane" fuel, or LPG, is not pure. Typically in the United States and Canada, it is primarily propane (at least 90%), with the rest mostly ethane, propylene, butane, and odorants including ethyl mercaptan. This is the HD-5 standard, (Heavy Duty-5% maximum allowable propylene content, and no more than 5% butanes and ethane) defined by the American Society for Testing and Materials by its Standard 1835 for internal combustion engines. Not all products labeled "LPG" conform to this standard however. In Mexico, for example, gas labeled "LPG" may consist of 60% propane and 40% butane. "The exact proportion of this combination varies by country, depending on international prices, on the availability of components and, especially, on the climatic conditions that favor LPG with higher butane content in warmer regions and propane in cold areas".
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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|