Security system for LP gas carburizing

 When the fuel is initially introduced as an alternative there is much concern about the safety aspect. This is mainly due to reports of large-scale disasters that are involved in the transportation of LP gas and not in LP gas-powered vehicles.

 The tanks are equipped with safety valves to release the gas into the atmosphere using higher internal pressure than the rated pressure.

 The service valve should be checked for excess flow. The purpose of this is  if the line from the tank to the carburetor breaks out this is reviewed by pressure difference.

 The tanks do not have oxygen and therefore is no possibility of internal explosion. As in the opposite case of fuel tanks.

 If  fire occurs directly to the tank, the safety valve opens and release the fuel as a lighter causing vaporization inside the tank with the resulting pressure and temperature drop  that avoids the danger of explosion.