From water and home heating, to cooking and clothes drying, propane provides essential energy solutions to help you save money and the environment.
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Propane is used daily by hundreds of thousands of Canadians from coast to coast to coast, from heating homes, drying crops, powering forklifts to transporting children to school.
The health and safety of customers and employees are vital to the propane industry.
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With three carbon atoms, rather than eight for gasoline, propane burns cleanly and emits practically no soot (particulate matter) and very little carbon monoxide (CO2), as well as small quantities of hydrocarbons (HC) and nitrogen oxides (NOx).
Additionally, it dissolves instantly in contact with water. In the unlikely event of a leak, propane turns into a vapour that doesn’t contaminate water, unlike liquid fuels.
The health and safety of customers and employees are vital to the propane industry. Whether you are a first-time customer or a veteran in the propane workforce, this section offers a wide array of valuable information on the safe usage and storage of propane.
Refillable one-pound cylinder kits manufactured to specification TC-39M, and aerosol containers are being sold in Canada.