What is Propane?

Propane is a liquid stored under pressure in tanks and cylinders. In most systems, propane is vaporized to gas before it leaves the tank or cylinder and is then dispensed through a pressure regulator to your appliance. In its natural state, propane is an odorless, colorless gas. A chemical odorant is added to propane to give it a distinctive smell so the presence can be detected. Propane is a convenient, versatile, and economical fuel for vehicles and appliances (such as ranges, water heaters, and furnaces).

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Please take a few minutes to read the following safety information and share it with other members of your family. The more you understand and practice propane safety rules, the better prepared you'll be in case an emergency situation arises.