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Questions to Ask About Gas Propane

When considering the value of gas propane as one of your possible fuel sources, the potential buyer of this type of energy should arm him or herself with an adequate understanding of the field, as well as such possible alternatives as gasoline or natural gas. People can thus learn about using propane gas in settings ranging from the patio to the fireplace, as well as when to use other fuels.

  • Is propane gas useful for cooking?
    This energy source tends to be directed toward food preparation in the particular form of portable stoves. People may particularly need portable grilling equipment when they are camping or otherwise visiting more remote and distant locations. As to heating a home, rather than food, propane can power fireplaces.

  • What are the advantages of using liquefied petroleum (LP)?
    While propane will initially be found in the form of a gas, it can more easily be used when turned into liquid through the procedure of compression. Liquefied petroleum, or LP, oil is more easily transportable. Natural gas can also be compressed and converted into a liquid state, but this requires the exertion of increased pressure and accordingly the investment of more equipment, funds, and effort.

  • Can propane gas be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize the user's environmental impact?
    One potential application for propane gas specifically directed toward heightened environmental concerns consists of absorption refrigerators. Whereas most refrigerators run on electricity, one form of power generation noted for its harmful environmental impact, these refrigerators can be run with propane.
  • Baker's Gas & Welding Supplies
    Offering propane gas at wholesale prices from our local Clarkston area suppliers. Making sure you have safe and affordable access to the propane gas you need for your home or business.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   GAS-PROPANE IN/NEAR CLARKSTON
    Hillview RV Park Write review for this local business
    1224 Bridge St, Clarkston, WA 99403
    (509) 758-6299  
    A-L Compressed Gases Write review for this local business
    1026 Port Dr, Clarkston, WA 99403
    (509) 758-0228  
    Express Mart Write review for this local business
    507 5th St, Clarkston, WA 99403
    (509) 758-3588  
    Ferrellgas Write review for this local business
    2650 Wilma Dr, Clarkston, WA 99403
    (877) 561-4634  
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    402 22nd St N, Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 750-1075  
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    533 Thain Rd, Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 743-5525  
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    4230 Hatwai Rd, Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 798-5220  
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    (509) 397-3111  
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    204 Avery St, Walla Walla, WA 99362
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    (208) 875-1251  
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    614 E Main St, Grangeville, ID 83530
    (208) 983-9757  
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    The wholesale handling of propane gas is a dangerous business. Natural gas and other LP gases like butane, are flammable and can be explosive. Transferring the gas from holding tanks at the refinery to tanker trucks and cylinders can be a risky process and needs to be done by highly skilled professionals.

    Wholesalers, therefore, hire highly trained personnel who can handle this volatile material. Part of the task of a wholesaler is to transfer the propane to appropriate cylinders. These cylinders vary in use. Also, residential homes that have propane powered kitchen ranges, fireplaces or generators may have their own propane tanks and may purchase gas directly from a wholesaler.

    However, the majority of propane used is for portable devices. Wholesalers need to ensure that retailers have the correct number of LP bottles for their customers. Some wholesalers may also deal in butane, natural gas and other fuels. As many propane use involves portable appliances such as patio or greenhouse heaters or camp cookers, the safety of the sold bottles is paramount.

    Wholesalers may also sell bottles and small tanks. They may also sell propane fireplace equipment, including fake logs, to retailers and developers. Wholesalers also may work with distributors of propane ovens and grills. Purchasers of propane grills are likely to also require bottles.

    Salesmen working for wholesalers may work directly on convincing individuals of the virtues of propane compared to alternative fuels, such as charcoal or oil. They have to sell to the customer the utility of propane powered versus electric tools. Some wholesalers may sell and install propane boilers and above ground or underground tanks to developers.

    Propane gas wholesalers offer an important service, especially for portable appliances and people in remote areas.



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