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Technical Specification

Technical Specification

TYPICAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF LPG MARKETED BY
TOTALGAZ

  LPG
   
GENERAL  
> Conforming to Indian Standard specifications IS 4576 / IS 14861
> Vapor Pressure at 65 oC (Max)     Kg/cm2 16.87
> Volatility. Evaporation temp. in     oC
For 95% volume at NTP
2
> Copper strip corrosion at 38     oC Not Worse Than 1
> Dryness No free entrained water
> Odour Level 2
   
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION  
Ethane     % 1 max
Propane     % 38 max
Is-Butane     % 19 max
Nor-Butane     % 41 min
Iso-Pentane and olefins     % 1 max
Volatile sulfur     % 0.003 max
   
LIQUID  
Density at 15  oC     Kg/liter 0.557
Volume of liquid per kg at 15  oC     Liters 1.85
Vapor pressure at 15  oC     Bar 5.3
Gross Calorific Value     Kcal/kg 11840
Net Calorific Value     Kcal/kg 10920
Boiling Point at atmospheric pressure      oC 0
   
VAPOR  
Density at 15 oC      Kg/m3 2.21
Volume of gas per kg at 15 oC      m3 0.48
Latent heat of vaporization at 15 oC      Kcal/kg 86
Gross Calorific Value      Kcal/Nm3 26200
Net Calorific Value      Kcal/Nm3 24100
Air required for combustion      m3/m3 29
   

SAFETY INFORMATION SHEET
PL - 1
NAME (S) : LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS, LPG UN NO: 1075

CHEMICAL FORMULA : Mixture of Propane / Butane

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
OTHER CHARACTERISTICS
S.G : 0.53-0.57 (15oC)

E.L : 1.8-9.6% by vol. In air

V.D : 1.5 TO 2.0 (Air =1)

I.T : 405-450oC
Colourless gas at room temperature. Commercial LPG usually contains trace quantities of an odorising agent (Mercaptan) which imparts a characteristic pungent colour. LPG generally contains 20 to 40% C3 compounds and 60-80% C4 compounds with C2 and C5 compounds in traces. One volume of liquid LPG produces about 250 volumes of LPG vapor.
TLV/MAC VALUE: ppm : 1000 ACGIH (TWA)
mg/m3 : 1800 ACGIH (TWA)
HAZARDS
PRECAUTIONS
EXTINGUISHING AGENTS

Extremely flammable gas

Fire: Dangerous, when exposed to heat or flame

Disaster: Highly dangerous can react with oxidising materials.

Keep away from heat and flame
Keep away from oxidising materials. Do not allow to leak out.
Adequate ventilation
Carbondioxide, dry chemical powder or water spray may be used to confine and control LPG fire.
SYMPTOMS
PRECAUTIONS
FIRST AID

Inhalation: Exposure to high concentration of LPG will produce unconsciousness and subsequent asphyxiation. Can also cause rapid respiration, mental dullness, poor judgement and nausea.

Skin & Eye contact: If liquid gases come into contact with unprotected skin and eyes, they will evaporate quickly and the cooling effect could produce frost bite or cold burns.

Do not allow gas to leak

Use gas mask

Use hand gloves

Adequate ventilation

Remove victim to fresh air. Rescuers should take suitable precaution to prevent their being exposed to contaminated atmosphere. If victim is not breathing, give assisted respiration, preferably by mouth to nose method. If unconscious but breathing, place in the unconscious (recovery) position. Give external cardiac massage if necessary. In the event of cold burns obtain medical advice. Cover the wounds with sterile dressing only. Do not apply ointment or powders.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

 

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

1 CHEMICAL IDENTITY:
  Chemical name :Liquefied Petroleum Gas Chemical classification : Fuel
  Synonyms : Bottled gas Trade name : Cooking gas
  Formula: Mixture of Propane & Butane C.A.S.No. : 68476-85-7 U.N No.: 1075
  Regulated identification Shipping name :Petroleum gases, liquefied Hazchem No.:2 WE
    Codes / labels : 223/ Class 2, Flammable gas Hazardous waste I.D No.: 5
  Hazardous ingredients C.A.S No. Hazardous ingredients C.A.S.No.
  1. Propane (C3H8) 74-98-6 2. Butane (C4H10) 106-97-8
2 PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL DATA:
  Boiling range :-42oC to 2oC Physical state : Gas @ 15oC & 1 atm. Appearance : Colourless
    Vapor pressure @ 35oC :120 psi @ 38oC Odour :Ethyl Mercaptan added for odour warning
  Melting / freezing point : - 47oC    
  Vapor density(Air = 1) : 1.8 Solubility in water at 30oC : Immiscible, liquid floats and boils on water Others : Soluble in organic solvents and alcohol
  Specific gravity(Water = 1) : 0.562 gm/l @ 15oC pH : Not pertinent  
3 FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA:
  Flammability:Yes LEL:1.5% Flash point:-104.4oC to 60oC(CC)
  TDG flammability:2 UEL:9.5% Flash point:Data not available (OC)
 

Autoignition temperature : 405oC

  Explosion sensitivity to impact: May explode
  Explosion sensitivity to static electricity : May explode
  Hazardous combustion products:Emits CO and CO2
  Hazardous polymerization:Does not occur
  Combustible liquid:No Explosive material:No Corrosive material:No
  Flammable material:Yes Oxidiser:No Others:No
  Pyropheric material:No Organic peroxide:No  
4 REACTIVITY DATA:
  Chemical stability:Chemically stable
  Incompatibility with other material:Incompatible with strong oxidisers
  Reactivity:Does not react with common materials but may react with oxidising agents
  Hazardous reaction products :Data not available
5 HEALTH HAZARD DATA:
  Routes of entry:Inhalation and dermal absorption (skin)
  Effects of exposure / symptoms : Inhalation: Olefinic impurities may lend a narcotic effect. High concentration causes asphyxia
    Skin: Contact with liquid causes cold burns
  Emergency treatment : Inhalation : If inhaled, remove the victim to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, call physician
    Skin: Remove wet clothing. Wash the affected area with plenty of water. Cover the affected area with clean cloth / bandage. Keep the patient warm
    Eye: Flush with plenty of water. Seek medical help
  (ACGIII): 1000 ppm 1800 mg/m3 STEL: Not listed
  Permissible exposure limit: 1000 ppm 1800 mg/m3 Odor threshold: 5000-20000 ppm 15000 – 60000 mg/m3
  LD50: Not listed   LD50: Not listed
  NFPA hazard signals Health: 1 Flammability: 4 Reactivity: 0 Special: Nil
6 PREVENTIVE MEASURES:
  Personnel protective equipment:Use full protective clothing with breathing apparatus set.
  Handling and storage precautions :Do not touch the product with bare hands. Use proper hand gloves. Do not inhale the product. Stand upwind while sampling / handling the product in a cool, well ventilated area and away from the source of ignition.
7 EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID MEASURES:
  Fire Fire extinguishing media: CO2, DCP and water spray
    Special procedures : If fuel supply feeding fire cannot be stopped, allow the gas to burn under controlled conditions.
Keep the container cool by spraying water if exposed to heat or fire.
Fight fire from upwind direction.
Apply water on vapor space of the container
    Unusual hazards: Never stand in the axis of bullets.
Heavy leakage of liquid can impair visibility
LPG fire can cause severe burn injuries
Leaking gas may travel long distances till it meets an ignition source and flashback or cause vapor cloud explosion
  EXPOSURE First aid measures:A/a Antidotes / dosages:Not available
  SPILLS Steps to be taken: Eliminate all ignition sources. Arrest leaks if possible and safe or remove leaky container to isolate place. Ventilate the area. Disperse / dilute the leaking product with water spray.
    Waste disposal method: Allow gas to burn under control.
8 ADDITONAL INFORMATION / REFERENCES:
  Do not store with oxidisers
Gas free the containers before undertaking repairs
Electrical equipment in the storage area should be flame-proof type
All equipment, pipelines should be properly earthed / bonded
Naked flame / smoking strictly prohibited0
Periodical inspectional testing recommended
Laid down safe operating practices should be strictly observed
9 MANUFACTURERS / SUPPLIERS DATA:
  Name of firm:Total Oil India Pvt. Ltd. Contact person:
  Mailing address:#138, Ground and First Floor, Raheja Paramount, Residency Road, Bangalore - 25 In emergency :
  Telephone / fax numbers:080 – 42730001 - 05  
  Telegraphic address: Local bodies involved:
    Local bodies involved Standard packing
Trem card details / Ref
Others
10 DISCLAIMER
  Information contained in this material data sheet is believed to be reliable but no representation; guarantee or warranties of any kind are made as to its accuracy, suitability for a particular application or results to be obtained from them. It is up to the manufacturer / seller to ensure that the information contained in the material safety data sheet is relevant to the product manufactured / handled or sold by him as the case may be. The I.C.M.A makes no warranties expressed or implied in respect of the adequacy of this document for any particular purpose.

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