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AGK 7111 

LPG Compressor

LPG compressor
LPG Compressor

An LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) compressor is a device used to compress liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane or butane, into a higher-pressure state. LPG compressors are typically used in applications where high-pressure LPG is required, such as in industrial processes, fueling stations, or storage systems.

Here are some key features and aspects of LPG compressors:

  1. Compression Process: LPG compressors use a mechanical system to increase the pressure of the gas. The compression process involves reducing the volume of the gas, which in turn raises its pressure. This allows for efficient storage, transportation, and utilization of LPG.

  2. Types of LPG Compressors: There are various types of LPG compressors available, including reciprocating compressors, rotary screw compressors, and centrifugal compressors. Each type has its own advantages and is suitable for different applications based on factors such as required pressure range, flow rate, and efficiency.

  3. Capacity: LPG compressors are available in a range of capacities, from small units designed for domestic or light commercial use to large-scale compressors for industrial applications. The capacity of a compressor determines the amount of LPG it can handle and the rate at which it can compress the gas.

  4. Safety: Safety is of utmost importance when dealing with LPG. LPG compressors are designed with safety features such as pressure relief valves, temperature sensors, and flame arrestors to prevent overpressure, overheating, or ignition of the gas. It is crucial to follow safety guidelines and regulations while operating and maintaining LPG compressors.

  5. Maintenance: Regular maintenance is essential to ensure the efficient and safe operation of LPG compressors. This includes checking and replacing filters, inspecting valves and seals, monitoring lubrication systems, and conducting periodic inspections for wear and tear.

  6. Compliance: LPG compressors should meet relevant industry standards and regulations to ensure their safety and performance. Depending on the application and location, specific certifications and compliance requirements may apply.

When considering the use of an LPG compressor, it is recommended to consult with experts or manufacturers who can provide guidance based on your specific requirements and ensure the appropriate selection, installation, and operation of the compressor.

LPG compressor

Technical Properties

  • Piston Diameter: 101 mm.

  • Piston Stroke Length: 76 mm.

  • Max. Transfer Capacity: 57,5 m3/hour

  • Max. Operatıng Pressure: 24 kg./cm2

  • Motor Power: 11 Kw.

  • Max. Compression Power of Piston Arm: 1.760 kg. Max. Operating Temperature: 75 Co

  • Empty Weight: 412 Kg.

  • Transfer Capacity: 770 Lt. /Minute

  • Pressure Dif- Ference: 1~2 Kg./cm2

  • Time Required To Transfer 10 Tons Lpg: 25~35 Minutes

LPG Pump

Multistage Pump

lpg multistage pump

PSC model pumps are horizontal and self-priming, side channel with a NPSH inducer stage suitable for handling liquids which do not contain solid or abrasive matter. The NPSH inducer stage allows the pump to operate on the suction side under unfavourable conditions and at positive suction heads lower than 0.5m.

The range comprises of six sizes each with 1 to 8 hydraulic stages whereby an optimum rating is obtained, ensuring the pump selected meets the required capacity and head.


The pumps of the PSC/LS series have a retaining stage to avoid the dry running by controlling the liquid level in the pump. This design is especially developed for the handling of liquids under vapour pressure or when pumping from underground tanks.

lpg multistage pump
  • The range comprises of 6 sizes each with1 to 8 hydraulic stages whereby an optiomum rating is obtained, ensuring the pump selected meets the required capacity and head

  • Application variety with 48 different casing size Self-priming is up to 740 mbar

  • Low NPSHr

  • Liquefied gas handling

  • Modular hydraulic design allows eacy maintenance

  • High resistance materials for the critical conditions

  • The pump design is suitable for every type of seal (packing gland, single mechanical seal, double mechanical seal)

  • High pressure at low capacity

  • Can be apply many different material options (cast iron, ductile iron and stainless steel)

LPG Sliding Vane  Pump

Truck pumps for mobile applications are suitable for LPG. The pump is securely mounted on a steel frame fixed to the truck’s chassis and piped from the internal valve on the truck’s tank.

LPG sliding vane pump


  • Mechanical seal features a silicon carbide seal seat that lowers leakage rates, minimizes maintenance, and extends the durability and run times of the pump

  • High flow inlet and a direct flow outlet minimizes cavitation while pumping at low tank levels

  • Low-impact, high strength vane driver along with a new vane design extend pump life

  • Precision machined sideplates are reversible and offer twice the service life

  • Innovative needle roller thrust bearing design controls heavy thrust loads


  • Inlet: 2 in. Female NPT

  • Outlet: 2 in. Female NPT

  • Flow-Rate: 41 - 76 GPM (155 - 287 LPM) at 100 psid (6.9 bar)

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