Supplier: WEH Technologies Inc.
Description: Quick Connector for filling of gas cylinders with propane / butane The WEH® filling connector type TW59 is specifically designed for the filling of gas cylinders with propane and butane and represents a major step in the technology of safe application, economy, ergonomics and flexibility
- English Size: All English Sizes, 1 1/4"
- Material: Aluminum, Steel - Stainless
- Connection Type: Push-to-Connect / Push-On
- Application: Gas Fitting
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: VALVE,CYLINDER,GAS BUTANE,3/4"INLET CONNECTION
Description: Each available in three varying concentrations. Mini-regulator designed specially for these standards. Available in three mixes with varying C5 unsaturates or extended C6+ components. Concentration: mole Volume: 4.6L @ 60psig DCG Partnership Cylinders: Size: 7.6 x 24cm CGA-170/110 connection. US
- Applications: Calibration Gas / Gas Standard
- Hydrogen, Hydrides and Hydrogen Compounds: Hydrogen
- Nitrogen and Nitrogen Compounds: Nitrogen
- Oxygen and Oxides: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide
Supplier: CSA Group
Description: on boats; (g) the installation of vehicle-refuelling appliances when NGV storage containers are installed as part of the system; (h) refrigerated storage or underground reservoirs for propane; (i) propane used on boats; (j) propane used as a propellant in aerosol containers; (k) butane fuel
Supplier: Linde North America, Inc.
Description: Constant monitoring through various analytical procedures ensures that the pure gases you receive meet the minimum purity levels specified by Linde, and of course your exact specifications. In addition to our standard catalogue products, many gases of higher purity are available on special order.
- Hydrocarbons: Butane
- Composition: Pure Gas
- Concentration: 99 to 99.9 %
- Product Forms: Liquid / Liquid Gas
Supplier: Royal Purple, Ltd.
Description: CAP™ is recommended for use in reciprocating compressors that compress inert gasses such as natural gas, hydrogen, nitrogen, ethylene, carbon dioxide, methane, ethane, butane, propane, propylene, helium, LPG, etc. CAP™ is commonly used in gas reinjection compressors. CAP&trade
- Chemistry / Constituents: Synthetic / Semi-synthetic, Specialty / Other
- Flash Point: 355 F
- Applications / Function: Compressors / Piston Pumps, Sealing / Barrier
- Features: Corrosion Inhibitor / Rust Preventative
Supplier: Shell Lubricants
Description: ; Oils K also resist the solvent action of hydrocarbon gases such as propane and butane, as well as certain organic chemicals such as ketones and aldehydes.
- Type: Fluid / Oil
- Chemistry / Constituents: Petroleum / Mineral Oil
- Straight Oil (Non-soluble): Yes
- Kinematic Viscosity (@ 40°C): 413 cSt
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|WB2||Newark / element14||WELLER||Not Provided||WELLER - WB2 - BUTANE FUEL; CYLINDER; 1OZ|
|WB1||Newark / element14||WELLER||Not Provided||WELLER - WB1 - BUTANE FUEL; CYLINDER; 2.1OZ|
|WB1||ASAP Semiconductor||COOPTOOLS||Not Provided||WELLER - WB1 - BUTANE FUEL, CYLINDER, 2.1OZ|
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Gas Sensor Placement Guidelines (.pdf)
published by. ISA, NFPA, UL, FM or other agencies that. tell users where or how many gas sensors. Ammonia. Lighter. to use. 1 Each gas leak possibility must be. Butane. Heavier. evaluated as a unique problem to assess. Carbon Dioxide. Heavier. the risk to people and property. The. object of monitoring
LNG Production and Storage Facilities
products that also require slab heating are Butane and Propane. Given the critical nature of this application Thermon uses 3D FEA analysis to provide a comprehensive design that includes edge effects. Heater cable is placed in conduit in the foundation slab providing uniform heat across the tank base
Chemical Reactivity with Brush Materials
. Bromic Acid. Bromide (K) solution. Bromine. Bromobenzene. Bromotoluene. Bronze Plating Copper-Cadmium Bronze Bath R.T. Bronze Plating Copper-Tin Bronze Bath 160 F. Bronze Plating Copper-Zinc Bronze Bath 100 F. Butadiene. Butane. Butanol. Butter. Buttermilk. Butyl Acetate. Butyl Amine. Butyl
What's the Difference Between Explosion Proof & Intrinsically Safe?
, or cyclo-propane. Group D: Atmospheres containing gasoline, hexane, naptha, benzene, butane, propane, alcohol, acetone, benzol, lacquer solvent vapors, or natural gas (methane). Download a PDF of this FAQ. Direct Connect. Sensor. M2 Transmitter. Stand Alone. Beacon 110. Controller. Search. What's New. New Sample