Cylinder Refilling Process
LPG transported from refineries/importers/blenders to the bottling plants in mobile tankers. It is then pumped into the storage tanks installed at the bottling plants with the help of compressors/pumps through the pipelines. LPG is then filled in cylinders through semi-automatic/manual filling guns. Filled cylinders are tested for physical/welding leakage through the tub-test and then the valve/O-ring is checked through leak test device, accurately weighed and then sealed with tamper proof seals before dispatched to the dealers/consumers. Only tested cylinders are stored for delivery. New empty cylinders before filling are passed for air cleaning through purging gun. Quality Control and fire protection systems are also installed at site. Cylinders are not allowed to be thrown or rolled from one point to another and should be handled carefully and safely. All our cylinders are BIS and PESO approved and is periodically tested as per Gas Cylinder Rules.
Auto-LPG Refilling Process
Auto LPG is received in tankers from refineries/importers to the Auto LPG dispensing stations directly in small mobile tankers (Capacity 7–12 MT) as per explosive rules because bigger tankers are not allowed to enter in ALDS. It is then unloaded into the storage tanks installed at the ALDS with the help of unloading pump and pipelines. Auto LPG is then dispensed in vehicles using high quality and high capacity approved LPG dispensers. Quality Control and fire protection systems are also installed at Auto LPG Dispensing Station. All our stations are installed by an approved Auto LPG Installer authorized by the Chief Controller of Explosives (PESO), Nagpur. It is worth mentioning that although LPG is bought in Kgs. but is sold in Ltrs.