What is LPG?
LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is a mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons produced from natural gas, oil extraction and oil refining. It’s very versatile and is used for hundreds of different applications.
LPG is supplied in two forms; Propane and Butane. Due to the differences in their properties they are used for different applications.
Propane has a lower boiling point and is ideally suited for a wide variety of industrial applications both indoors or outdoors. Butane is mainly used industrially indoors for heating applications, it is also used domestically outdoors in the summer for barbeques and patio heaters.
We concentrate on training operators who use Propane for industrial applications.
Our instructor led and e-learning safety training workshops provide information for personnel who use Propane for industrial applications such as:
- Shrink wrapping
- Fork lift trucks
- Road surfacing
- White lining