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LPG Autogas
General Characteristics

Liquid Petroleum Gases (LPG) are a mixture of liquefied hydrocarbons, mostly with three to five carbons in the molecule. Liquid Petroleum Gases (LPG) are a colourless liquid, easy to evaporate, and of specific odour.

Basic Quality Parameters

CSN EN 589

Parameter​
Octane number MON, min. 89
Dienes content - % mol., max. 0,5
Hydrogen sulfide conforms
Sulphur content - mg.kg-1, max. 200
Copper strip test 1
Evaporation residue - mg​​.kg-1, max. 100
Vapour pressure abs. at 40°C - kPa, max. 1550
Vapour pressure min. 250 kPa at temperature - °C, min. -5*
* valid in winter season  

Application
Liquid petroleum gases (LPG) are mainly applied as alternative fuels for spark-ignition engines.

Packaging, Storage, Transportation
Liquid petroleum gases (LPG) are supplied under pressure in rail tankers and road tankers. LPG storage, transportation and handling must comply with legal regulations.

Transport Sign
RID/ADR: 2/2f
UN: 1965
Kemler: 23

Basic Safety Data
LPG is highly volatile, flammable liquid, which is stored under pressure in pressure containers. When released into the environment with atmospheric pressure, vaporization by boiling at temperatures down to – 40 °C – occurs - causing a high risk of burns.

The product is classified as hazardous pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 CLP.

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Business Contacts

Ing. Vítězslav Hobrlant
Head of ORP department

Tel. 476 505 031
mobil: 736 505 031
fax. 476 162 903
vitezslav.hobrlant@unipetrol.cz
 
 
 

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