Commercial Fuels and Services
Propane Commercial & Industrial Uses
Cooking and Restaurant Applications
Professional chefs across the nation agree that gas is the best energy source for all of their cooking, baking, and kitchen requirements. Chefs prefer gas cooking for its instant heat on the range and in the oven. They also appreciate propane’s wide range of temperature controls and its precise temperature settings.
Gas ranges and infrared ovens provide the right tools to make your restaurant or professional kitchen a success. Gas is also the most efficient energy source for heating water - making it an easy and economical selection for restaurant managers.;
Gas dryers produce a moist heat that helps retain the colors in your washables. Clothes dried with a gas dryer are dried more thoroughly, more quickly, and much more economically. At laundromats, hotels, and hospitals, gas dryers are the ideal solution for high demand drying needs.
Farmers have been using propane for decades. Thermal agriculture uses propane to support crop and animal production operations through heating, weed control, and sanitation.
Crop and food conditioning applications protect crops and food by using propane to prepare crops for harvest, protect commodities during storage, and enhance agricultural operations through heat and sanitation.
Power applications include propane engines for running irrigation pumps, generating electricity, or powering agriculture equipment such as trucks, tractors, and forklifts.
Propane has long been the choice of growers and landscapers. In recent years, propane has started to be used as a power source for lawn mowers. Propane is used at most nurseries because of its dependability and efficiency. Commercial propane boilers create the level heat and hot water necessary to ensure plants thrive even in the coolest climates.
Liquid Propane Engines
Propane can be used as a power source for engines:
Because it emits fewer carbon emissions than other fuels, it is typically selected over gas-powered engines for use in warehouses and distribution facilities where air quality is critical to the well-being of employees.