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Propane gas can be used for a number of purposes and a variety of different appliances. From fireplaces to patios, this source of energy comprises an important industry and a potentially valuable source of help for customers. People interested in propane gas can research the range of technologies with which it can be applied.

  • LP - The acronym LP refers to liquefied petroleum, which consists of a mixture of hydrocarbons. This kind of energy source has been popularized in response to concern over the buildup of greenhouse gases, due to its lessened environmental impact.
  • Portable Stove - Along with fireplaces, this portable type of equipment comprises another frequently used application for this form of fuel.
  • Gas Absorption Refrigerator - As an example of the extensive scope of potential propane applications, gas absorption refrigerators can be powered in this way as an alternative to the more commonly used type of refrigerator. The most common type of machinery of this sort is an electrically powered compressor refrigerator.
  • Compression - This process is used to convert propane from its naturally gaseous form to the liquid state of an oil. As another potential alternative to petroleum, natural gas can also be compressed into a liquid form. Propane requires less pressure and thus less equipment and investment than that option.
  • Barbecue Bottle - Once propane has gone through the procedure of compression, it can be stored in a bottle of this kind to be easily poured into a car to be used as fuel, or some comparable form of machinery.
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    Baker's Gas & Welding Supplies
    Wauseon, OH 43567
    For everything from grills to fireplaces, trust our propane gas suppliers in the local Indiana area. Providing affordable prices on propane tanks that will last through the season from our suppliers.
     
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    Hoosier Propane
    10035 Lower Huntington Rd, Roanoke, IN 46783
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    (260) 672-9710
     
    User Review: "Hoosier propane just charged me 3.99/gallon to fill tank. Eia.Gov states retail prices are 2.8/gallon and wholesale is 1.4..."
    North Central Co-Op
    806 Logan St, Goshen, IN 46528
    (574) 533-4131
    Franger Gas
    27795 County Road 10, Elkhart, IN 46514
    (574) 264-2118
    Ferrellgas
    11867 Lincoln Hwy, Plymouth, IN 46563
    (574) 936-2725
    Steffen Oil
    705 W Market St, Bluffton, IN 46714
    (260) 824-3772
    Ferrellgas
    10506 W State Road 8, La Crosse, IN 46348
    (219) 754-2210
    Hicksgas Inc
    10809 W 181st Ave, Lowell, IN 46356
    (219) 696-7271
    Plymouth L P Gas Corp
    11699 Lincoln Hwy, Plymouth, IN 46563
    (574) 936-2431
    Honeyville Propane Inc
    9245 W 400 S, Topeka, IN 46571
    (260) 593-2943
    United Oil Corporation
    1609 E Business 30, Columbia City, IN 46725
    (260) 244-6000
    Sunrise Energy Systems
    620 W Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46808
    (260) 482-1764
    U-Haul Moving & Storage of Northside
    4611 Coldwater Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46825
    (260) 483-1165
    Best Energy
    9 Powhatan Dr, Michigan City, IN 46360
    (219) 872-3600
    Billman Propane
    1560 N State Road 9, Lagrange, IN 46761
    (260) 463-3311
    AmeriGas
    804 Morthland Dr, Valparaiso, IN 46383
    (219) 462-3187


    Propane, commonly known as LP or liquid petroleum, was first isolated from gasoline in 1911. A year later, it was being used to fuel cooking stoves. Propane powered cars were also experimented with, however the fuel proved to be less efficient than gasoline. Today, propane is most commonly used for portable cooking and heating purposes. It is also used as an alternative to natural gas for kitchen ranges. Portable propane and gas powered ovens and grills are often better for controlling temperatures than electric stoves. A gas stovetop can also be used to achieve higher temperatures. Propane is also used in fireplaces, generally with fake logs, and in heaters on patios and in greenhouses. It is sometimes used as an alternative to oil for residential water boilers, because it does not produce a mess. Propane fueled grills are considered a reasonable option, although they are not as good as charcoal grills for smoking and cooking food. The gas is even used to fuel some garden tools, in situations where running electric power would be difficult or dangerous. Many home generators are also propane based. In general, it is considered a reasonable alternative to natural gas or gasoline for various purposes, including fireplaces and cooking. Propane is stored in tanks and then transferred to LP bottles. In many cases, these tanks are underground, although not always. Propane is transported by tanker truck for retail sales. Cylinder exchange is also common, with the customer simply dropping off their empty bottle and picking up a full one. Cylinders come in various sizes depending on the appliance or tool being fueled. Due to the flammable and occasionally explosive nature of propane, handling it requires special equipment and facilities. Propane wholesalers ship the gas from where it is refined to retail outlets, in liquid form.
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