Cepsa's 35 kg bottled propane gas is intended for high consumption in all types of industrial sectors to offer the best in quality and service. You can have versatile energy available for your cooking, heating and domestic hot water needs.
What are the advantages?
- Adaptable to the space you have available (1 and 2 m2).
- Economical due to its quality - price ratio.
- Clean and ecological.
- Adaptable to any propane and butane installation.
Did you know that with Cepsa you have much more?
“I can order my bottled propane and butane gas for my restaurant at any time and in several ways: through the Cepsa website, the App or from my nearest distributor. Very easy!"
Maria, propane user at her restaurant.
Propane is a hydrocarbon, composed of hydrogen and carbon, extracted from oil in refining operations or from natural gas and associated gases, in oil fields.
In its natural state, propane gas is gaseous, but liquefies when exposed to room temperatures and under low pressure, reducing its volume up to 250 times, making it possible to handle, store and transport.
Propane gas, in its gaseous state, weighs twice as much as air; and in liquid state, half that of water. It is an energy source that has a higher calorific power and can reach a flame temperature of about 1,900ºC in air and 2,800ºC in oxygen.
For combustion to be optimal, propane must always remain in its gaseous state. As it liquefies starting at 44º below zero, it is ideal for outdoor installations and in cold areas, where it never liquefies.
Because propane gas is odorless and colorless in its natural state, as a security measure sulfur derivatives are added to it to detect possible leaks, due to its characteristic odor.
Another important characteristic of propane is that it is not toxic, it burns clean. It does not produce smoke or soot in combustion and it thereby preserves the environment.
The main differences between the two energies lie in their liquefied temperatures; their transition from the gaseous state to the liquid state. While propane liquefies at 44º below zero, butane liquefies at 0º.
Thus, environmental conditions influence the storage of each product. Propane is ideal for cold areas or outdoor facilities, and butane, for indoor installations or warmer areas.
Propane and butane gas are heavier than air, so cylinders, both full and empty, should always be in an upright position.
The bottle change must always be done with the head valve closed, so that the amount of gas released into the atmosphere - harmless and inoffensive - is minimal.
The bottle change operation should never be performed near sources of heat or fire, such as lighters, cigarettes or stoves.
For contracting bottled Gas, you need to contact your area distributor, which varies by zip code, who will then be able to sign you up and send bottles to your home.
The procurement is carried out through the signing of a policy that will be provided to the client by the distributor once the first supply (bottle) is delivered to the client.