Industrial installations

Liquefied gas is often used in various fields of industry, agriculture, pig and poultry farming. It has the highest calorific value from all energy sources. It is ecologically clean and economical to use. It is used wherever there is no access to network power sources.

Gas industrial installations can take on a very complicated form, in addition due to the flammability and explosiveness of the transported factor, works resulting from the construction and incorporation into the gas network are classified as gas-safe works. The rules for the implementation of the installation are set out in the provisions of the Construction Law and executive regulations of relevant ministers. The elements of the gas installation must have adequate tightness and be tested due to the permissible pressure prevailing in the installation.

Example application of industrial installations for liquid gas:
• Breeding of pigs and poultry
Liquid gas is used to supply heaters and air heaters. It provides excellent temperature control, which is extremely important especially when breeding poultry.

• Dryers for arable crops, cereals, tobacco, etc.
Due to the purity and the total combustion, it perfectly fulfills the role of fuel for the equipment used in dryers.

• Paint shops and varnishes
These facilities are often located beyond the reach of gas networks. Liquid gas is used in painting and painting equipment.

• Processing of steel, metals, electroplating, galvanizing, etc.
Liquid gas is an excellent fuel for melting and cutting metal burners, heating sheet metal for profiling, heating furnaces, etc.

• Gastronomy, meat industry, confectioneries and bakeries
Liquid gas is used in baking ovens and other heat treatment equipment.

• Paper industry and printing
Liquid gas is used in installations supplying moisture evaporation devices and drying printing ink.

• Construction industry
Liquid gas is commonly used in the production of concrete blocks and prefabricates.

• washing machines with water heating by gas burners,
• gas-heated laundry dryers,
• gas-fired machines.
Steel and metal processing:
• machines for cutting metal with gas-operated burners,
• burners for heating metals and machine elements,
• burners for the thermal forming of metal elements,
• burners for cleaning of layers of paint and rust removal,
• furnaces for flame hardening of metal elements,
• welding torches for non-ferrous metals,
• burners for soft and hard soldering of copper pipes,
• devices for spraying the surface with metal,
• gas drying equipment in foundries.
Construction and road construction:
• radiators for hardening prefabricated concrete elements,
• air heaters for drying buildings under construction,
• radiators for heating asphalt surfaces,
• gas burners in devices for laying asphalt masses,
• heating furnaces for bituminous masses,
• burners for welding thermo-weldable roofing paper,
• burners for heating heat-shrinkable tapes used in the installation technique,
• burners in devices used for heating railway switches,
• burners in devices for defrosting wagons.
Ceramic industry and porcelain production:
• gas burners in glass mass production equipment,
• tunnel furnaces powered by burners in the production of glass packaging,
• burners for making Christmas decorations and other glass decorations,
• burners in thermal packing machines using heat-shrink films.
Heating large spaces, factory and sports halls, churches:
• heating systems for large halls using bright radiators,
• heating systems for large halls using dark radiators.