The separation of gases comes in at the BTU rating of the gases, I do not understand going from Propane to LPG as they are virtually the same price structure. Are you sure they are not quoting LNG which would be much less expensive to use in a furnace.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of harish katesia
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2012 7:20 AM
Subject: [MW:13896] Propane V/s LPG fired furnace
We are basically working with heavy fabrication industries & work with C.S, Austenitic S.S., Martensitic S.S. material
Can anyone guide me what is the major difference between propane fired furnace to LPG fired..If some literature are available , pls do share..
We are currently using propane fired furnace..To install a new furnace, supplier has quoted for LPG fired furnace also..
So i am interested to know the pros & cons of this two different gas application
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