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Propane 3.5, liquefied under pressure

liquefied under pressure
Purity 99,95 vol.%
Descriptions Propane 3.5

Impurities

Other hydrocarbons 500 vol. ppm
Delivery formats In low pressure cylinders
Cylinders/container volumes 12 l 27 l 61 l
Content (kg) 5 11 25
Vapour Pressure (bar) 7,4 7,4 7,4

Unless otherwise stated, these refer to vapour pressure at 288,15K (15°C) and to content at 288,15K (15°C) and 1,013 bar.

Properties highly flammable
Valve connection DIN 477 No. 1 | (W 21.80 x 1/14 LH)
Shoulder colour flame red (RAL 3000)

Conversions

m3 kg l liquefied
1 at 288.15 K (15°C); 1 bar 1,000 1,880 3,215
1 kg 0,532 1,000 1,710
1 l liquid at T boiling point; 1 bar 0,311 0,585 1,000

Other delivery formats

on request ; Alumini® 12, 200 Propane 2.5 ; in barrels: Liquid propane 2.5 ; in low pressure cylinders: Propane 2.5, 3.5, LPG for automotive power to DIN 51662 and DIN EN 589, propane to DIN 51622 and R-290

Physical Data

Molar mass 44,10 g mol-1
Liquid State
Boiling Point 231,11 (-42,0) K (°C)
Heat of Evaporation 426,01 kJ kg-1
Liquid Density 582,0 kg m-3
Gaseous state
Density (at 273.15 K and 1.013 bar) 2,00 kg m-3
Density Ratio to Air (at 288.15 K and 1.013 bar) 1,55
Specific heat (at 298.15 K and 1.013 bar) 1,57 kJ kg-1 K-1
Thermal Conductivity (at 288.15 K and 1.013 bar) 0,0210 J s-1 m-1 K-1
Critical Point
Temperature 369,82 (96,7) K (°C)
Pressure 42,5 bar
Density 217,0 kg m-3
Triple Point
Temperature 85,5 (-187,7) K (°C)
Vapour Pressure 3 x 10^-9 bar
Heat of Fusion 95,0 kJ kg-1
Additional operating figures
Ignition Point 743 (469,9) K (°C)
Ignition Range in Air 1,7-10,8 vol.%
Calorific Value to DIN 51850 101242 kJ kg-3

Typical applications

Suitable pressure regulators:

WEGA range: see brochure: "Good on Top: Pressure Regulators for Specialty Gases".
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