Why LPG not react with due to Sun?
Asked by vedant.deshmukh99 | 22nd Aug, 2019, 05:22: PM
No, Sunlight doesn't react with LPG. Sunlight may increase temperature, which increases the gas pressure inside of the cylinder. Gase cylinder does not explode in sunlight because they are designed in such a way to be in shade or sunlight. LPG gas bottles in the sun will have room for expansion.
Answered by Ravi | 28th Aug, 2019, 04:36: PM
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