Legionnaires Disease: Legionella Bacteria in Hot Water Heater Tanks
Catching Legionnaires Disease from a hot water heater is a very serious condition, being a potentially fatal illness. But many people don’t realise that Legionnaires Disease bacteria can breed in hot water heater tanks.
The good news is that Legionnaires Disease from hot water heaters is totally preventable.
You need to be informed to protect your family’s health…
Does LPG Damage Your Engine? LPG vs Petrol Engine Life
If you are thinking about converting your car or SUV to run on LPG, you would typically have a lot of questions. You want to know what does LPG do to an engine and if the conversion will damage your engine in any way before deciding.
Let’s look at the facts about LPG vs petrol engine life so that you can make an informed decision…
LPG (propane) Gas Unit Conversions: Gas in kg, Litres, MJ, kWh & m³
Also Propane Gas Unit Conversion in Pounds, Gallons, BTU, Therms & ft³
We are frequently asked about the various LPG - propane - gas unit conversion (LP gas unit conversion) values. The first table shown below covers most of the common units of measure and gas bottle-cylinder sizes for Australia, including kg, litres, MJ, kWh & m³ (e.g. LPG gas unit conversion of kg to litres is 1kg = 1.96L).
People ask the questions in many ways and the simplest way to answer most of them is with an LPG Gas Unit Conversion Table (or two).
LPG - Liquefied Petroleum Gas - is the fuel used to provide energy for the LPG engine in LPG vehicles. How LPG works in an engine is fundamentally the same as a petrol powered internal combustion engine. The engine block, pistons, spark plugs, ignition system, lubrication system and electricals all work the same on LPG fuel, consisting of propane, butane or a blend of the two and are also referred to as natural gas liquids – NGL.
The two main differences in how LPG works are the fuel itself and the fuel storage and intake systems.
With an octane rating of over 100, LPG works with virtually any petrol engine.