Metals

Metals The metal industry is indeed one of the most important consumers of energy. Energy is generally required for cutting, heating and melting applications. Both ferrous (iron and steel) and non ...

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Laundry Services

Laundry Services Homes, businesses, fire stations, prisons, hotels, hospitals, power stations have wide variety of laundry needs. The manufacturing sector finds the economics of operating their own ...

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Textile

Textile The textile industry is primarily concerned with the production of yarn, and cloth and the subsequent design or manufacture of clothing and their distribution. Did you know that Gas plays a ...

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Jewellery

Jewellery Jewellers and bead makers require energy to fire up their torches to join, alter, and melt metal and glass. Older, more basic torches ran on kerosene but today, multi-metal jewellers expec ...

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Glass

Glass Industry The manufacture of glass & ceramic products is complicated by numerous chemical reactions which occur during the process. The use of a clean fuel like Gas reduces technical proble ...

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Aerosols

Aerosols An aerosol formulation is a blend of a solid/liquid active ingredient (e.g. perfumes) with a propellant gas, emulsifiers, etc. LPG by itself is a colourless and odourless gas in its vapour ...

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Healthcare

Hospitals As is the case with millions of commercial establishments around the world, hospitals utilise Gas for heating and cooling air, cooking, heating water, refrigeration, as well as lighting. ...

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Food Processing

Food Industry The food industry is a sector where Gas has numerous applications. Cooking and baking are the primary uses of Gas in the food industry where it provides very good temperature control. ...

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