Uses and Advantages of LPG

 
USES OF LPG
 
DOMESTIC
Cooking
Water Heating
Refrigeration
Air Conditioning
Gas Lighting
Clothes Drying
 
INDUSTRIAL
Cutting
Soldering
Grain Drying
Tannery
Tobacco Drying
COMMERCIAL
Same as domestic but bigger appliances such as in restaurants, hotels, and hospitals.
AGRICULTURAL
Poultry
Grain Drying
Weed Killing
 
AUTOMOTIVE
Forklift
Alternative fuels for vehicles that use Gasoline.
 
ADVANTAGES OF LPG
 
A. SPEED
 
LPG heat is fast, instant heat. It does not need time to build up to full intensity. This is apparent in LPG-fueled short-order cooking ranges, and equally true in solid top ranges and ovens fueled with LPG. It does not need a draft, blower or heating up of ceramic materials.
 
B. EASY CONTROL
 
Time and temperature control of LPG equipment is simple.  The results of using LPG equipment do not vary from day-to-day.  This is important in cooking because food taste best when cooked for the right length of time at the right temperature. Other fuels may prove difficult to turn “on” and “off” resulting to overcooked food. Some fuels turns so slowly that food cooked with them may have to be served undercooked or still cold, especially, in case when there are many customers waiting.
 
C. VERSATILITY
 
LPG can be used in many other applications aside from cooking.  It can be economically used for laundry, drying, water heating, refrigeration, incineration, and even outdoor lighting.
 
D. ECONOMY
 
LPG equipment provides maximum efficiency at minimum operational cost because LPG is easy to control and gives instant heat, thus wastage is reduced.  Because LPG flame can be shut-off instantly, food cooked in LPG appliances do not over-boil, eliminating the possibility of fat and water deposits on kitchen walls, thus saving a lot of expenses in cleaning and repainting.