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Propane
General Characteristics

Propane is a mixture of liquefied hydrocarbons mostly with three carbons in the molecule, with predominant propane content. Liquid-state propane is a colourless liquid, easy to evaporate, and of specific odour.

Basic Quality Parameters
CSN 65 6481

Quality Requirements P I 
P II P III
Propane - %, min. 95 93* 90
Propylene - %, max. 2 4*  
C2-hydrocarbons and inerts -%, max. 5 5  
      10
C4-hydrocarbons - %, max. 5 5  
Hydrogen sulfide - % negative negative max. 0,2
Sulphur content - mg.kg-1, max. 30 50 125
Evaporation residue - mg.kg-1, max.​​ 50 - 50
Ammonia - mg.kg-1 negative - -
Water content negative - -
* Contents of C3 hydrocarbons is 95% at minimum      

Application
Propane is used for special purposes within machinery and chemical industries (P I and P II) or for deasphalting and selective refining of mineral oils (P III). 

Packaging, Storage, Transportation
Propane is supplied under pressure in rail tankers and road tankers. Propane storage, transportation and handling must comply with respective legal regulations. 

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

Basic Safety Data
Propane 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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Delivery Terms and Conditions
 
Safety sheet

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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