Project Description

Reliable and Efficient Gas Solutions for Industrial Steam Applications

LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) and natural gas are both widely used as fuel sources for steam boilers used in industrial and commercial applications.

The process of using LPG or natural gas as a fuel in a steam boiler involves several steps

Fuel Supply

LPG is usually supplied in portable tanks, while natural gas is delivered through pipelines. The fuel is stored and transported to the boiler room where it is needed.


The LPG or natural gas is fed into the combustion chamber of the steam boiler, where it is mixed with air and ignited. The heat generated by the combustion of the fuel heats up the water in the boiler and turns it into steam.

Control System

A control system is used to regulate the amount of fuel being supplied to the combustion chamber and the amount of air being mixed with it. This ensures that the combustion process is efficient and that the fuel is being used in the most effective way possible.

Safety Features

LPG and natural gas are both flammable fuels, so safety features such as flame sensors, pressure relief valves, and automatic shut-off systems are incorporated into the steam boiler to prevent accidents and ensure safe operation.


LPG and natural gas produce relatively low levels of emissions compared to other fossil fuels such as coal or oil. However, emissions monitoring systems may be installed to ensure that the emissions from the boiler are within safe and acceptable limits.

Both fuels, Natural Gas and LPG offer several benefits when used in steam boilers for steam generation

Energy Efficiency

LPG and natural gas are both highly energy-efficient fuels that produce high amounts of heat per unit of fuel consumed. This means that less fuel is needed to generate the same amount of steam compared to other types of fuel, such as oil or coal. This results in lower fuel costs and increased efficiency in the overall steam generation process.

Environmental Benefits

LPG and natural gas are considered cleaner-burning fuels than other fossil fuels such as coal or oil. They produce lower levels of carbon emissions, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides. This makes them a more environmentally friendly option, which is especially important in today’s climate-conscious world.


LPG and natural gas are both safe fuels to use in steam boilers. They have high ignition temperatures and are lighter than air, which reduces the risk of fires or explosions. Additionally, because they are stored in tanks or delivered via pipelines, there is less risk of spills or leaks, further increasing safety.


LPG and natural gas are both readily available fuels that are easy to transport and store. LPG is stored in portable tanks, while natural gas is delivered through pipelines. This makes them convenient fuels to use in steam boilers, particularly in locations where other fuel sources may not be readily available.


LPG and natural gas are both cost-effective fuel sources for steam generation. The price of LPG and natural gas tends to be more stable than other fossil fuels, making it easier for businesses to budget for fuel costs. Additionally, because they are energy-efficient, they can help reduce overall fuel costs and increase the efficiency of the steam generation process.

In summary, LPG and natural gas are both excellent fuel sources for steam boilers used in steam generation. They offer a combination of energy efficiency, environmental benefits, safety, convenience, and cost-effectiveness that makes them an attractive option for businesses and industries around the world.

Pune Gas is a pioneer in the field of providing LPG and Natural Gas solutions for the Boilers and Steam Generation. Heat is the heart of every steam boiler, and gas fired burners are the source of clean combustion for the heat generated in every boiler. At Pune Gas, we believe in providing clean heat from gas fuels which have fewer carbon emissions than compared with solid and liquid fuels.

Contact us today to help you with choosing the right combustion systems and gas-fired burners along with pressure regulation, pipelines and gas banks for your boiler.