LPG: versatile, economic, safe
Thanks to its characteristics, LPG can be used in numerous industrial sectors, from manufacturing to metallurgical, from construction to agri-food.
ButanGas offers industries and small/medium-sized enterprises highly specialised support in identifying solutions suitable for different needs, analysing energy consumption and needs.
Our goal is to formulate proposals that, thanks to the use of LPG, can make production processes more efficient, simple and economic, while reducing the environmental impact.
ButanGas LPG is an excellent fuel for heating rooms not only in the home but also in working contexts or accommodation facilities. It is also increasingly used for cooling thanks to innovative machines such as gas heat pumps that use heat to produce cold.
LPG favours contexts such as agriculture and livestock which are characterised by very large areas that are difficult for other fuels to reach. The most widespread uses involve drying processes, processing in the canning and agri-food industry, slaughtering, wine production, poultry farming and biogas.
LPG is particularly useful in agriculture and livestock, where it is necessary to serve very large areas that are difficult for other fuels to reach.
The most common uses involve drying processes, processing in the canning and agri-food industry, slaughtering, wine production, poultry farming and biogas. ButanGas LPG is a precious ally for having energy everywhere, at low cost and in an extremely simple way. Applications involving use in the open field, such as using fire to clean the ground or in hot air generators for nursery use, would not be possible without this versatile, practical and clean fuel.
Furthermore, LPG is non-toxic and free from combustion residues, making it perfect for growing organic products.
LPG is the ideal solution for many accommodation facilities – such as hotels, restaurants, spas – that require a high, constant energy yield that is safe and reliable, also in isolated areas.
The same type of fuel can be used to supply all sorts of equipment, from kitchens to outdoor heaters, without fixed costs in the final bill.
Cogeneration is the combined production of electricity and heat from a single energy source. With trigeneration it also produces cooling.
These techniques are a new energy model based on distributed generation and are currently undergoing great development throughout the industrial sector and in civil users (0-50 kW microcogeneration and small 50-100 kW cogeneration).
In fact, they offer safe economic and environmental advantages such as:
- Full or partial self-production of electrical, thermal and refrigeration needs.
- Economic and management savings compared to separate productions.
- Improved performance and no loss due to the transport of electricity.
- Reduction of polluting emissions.
- Government incentives.
Cogeneration technology therefore allows making the most of the energy properties of a versatile, clean and high-calorific fuel such as LPG.