Domestic and Commercial LPG Cylinders

Our product range finds application in residential and commercial purposes. All the cylinders are manufactured in strict compliance with the industry norms, hence are safe to use. Depending upon the desired usage it can be termed as Domestic Packed Cylinder and Commercial Packed Cylinder. Although the gas inside both the cylinders remain the same but the pricing and applicable taxes change depending upon the domestic or commercial usage. Another difference in Domestic Packed Cylinder & Commercial Packed Cylinder is the color of cylinder itself with the red painted cylinder denoting domestic usage and blue painted cylinder denoting commercial usage.

HW Gas provides its offerings in following services:

Domestic:

HW Gas offers immediate and hassle-free gas connection right at your door step. At the comfort of your home or office, you can avail a new domestic gas connection .HW Gas is a fuel and as energy source represents a valuable contribution to the ongoing fight to conserve energy and protect the environment. With its high calorific value, HW Gas has a wealth of applications and is dependable. .Domestic customers use Natural Gas for cooking purpose and also for heating water through gas geysers we believes it has high growth potential in this segment. Natural Gas, supplied through pipelines, is rapidly replacing LPG gas cylinders among residential consumers.

Commercial

There are two types of LPG - Propane and Butane. They have similar properties but different applications. They are not interchangeable due to the different operating pressures and burner settings required. Valves and fittings are also different to avoid confusion or accidental use of the wrong type of LPG.Propane has a lower boiling point than butane so it will continue to convert from a liquid to a gas even in very cold conditions, down to -45ºC. When stored as a liquid in a tank, it exerts a greater pressure than Butane at the same temperature.So Propane, as an LPG, is most suitable for exterior storage and use. Its ability to operate in low temperatures makes it the most suitable LPG for many applications. Propane is widely used as a fuel source for domestic and commercial heating, hot water and cooking. It also has a wide range of uses in industry and agriculture.

Safety Measures

If you smell gas:

  • Switch off the emergency valve on the outside wall of the building and turn off the gas at the main shut off valve under the tank hood.
  • Extinguish all naked flames immediately.
  • Do not operate any electrical equipment and be aware of any equipment which may switch on or off automatically.
  • Open all doors and windows to ventilate the building.
  • Contact your installer or the engineer who maintains your appliances.