Bulk Gas Supply

Since its inception in India, TPD has steadily increased its footprint to become a key player in the country, and today serves customers across a diverse range of industries and hospitals. We have expanded our activities and diversified our product portfolio to meet our customers’ ever expanding needs, and are recognized for our high level of expertise in tailored solutions.

TPD supplies industrial and specialty gases in a wide array of volumes and purities, along with related technologies, customized solutions and services. Our customers are operating in diverse industries ranging from automotive and fabrication, metals and chemicals, food and pharmaceutical, glass and many more. We are supplying LPG, Propane, Butane, Ammonia, Liquid Nitrogen etc. We have our transport facilities for direct supply of bulk products in committed time to our clients.

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We have wide variety of energy products for Industrial houses. Our specialized products range is:-

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG):- is a mixture of Propane and Butane in varying percentages. Propane and Butane are basically alkanes owing to which they do not react with each other chemically to from third but co-exist together as a finely distributed mixture with each having its own distinct properties. The company is capable of providing LPG mix of Propane and Butane from 95% to 5% as per industry and customer requirement.

Propane: - is a high vapor pressure highly combustible gas, which is primarily a hydrocarbon. The chemical formula of propane is “C3H8”. Propane owing to its high vapor pressure and a very low freezing temperature is the most preferred fuel in European countries. Indian industries have also started recognizing the unique features and benefits of using pure grade propane instead of LPG for their combustion processes. TPD Projects Pvt Ltd has been one of the leading suppliers of High Quality Propane Gas in India. We have many clients who prefer our products instead of our competitor because of our close relationship with our clients, service & comparable Quality Products.

Butane: - is a low vapor pressure highly combustible gas, which is primarily a hydrocarbon. The chemical formula of butane is “C4 H10“. Butane owing to its low vapor pressure is the most preferred for low-pressure applications like aerosol propellant, polyethylene polymerization, solvent polyethylene forming agent-forming agent for making Styrofoam, gas lighters etc. It is used as a refrigerant and can be used for calibrating instruments. It has replaced the usage of methane derivatives in household refrigerators due to the risk methane places on the ozone layer depletion. Adding butane to gasoline does not increase the gasoline’s flammability, but instead enhances its Performance and Quality. This hydrocarbon is also used as a food additive.

Ammonia: - is a colorless, pungent gas composed of Nitrogen and Hydrogen. The chemical formula of ammonia is “NH3”. The major use of ammonia is as a fertilizer. It is most commonly applied directly to the soil from tanks containing the liquefied gas. In the textile industry, ammonia is used in the manufacture of synthetic fibers, such as nylon and rayon

Liquid Nitrogen: - Liquid Nitrogen is nitrogen in a liquid state at low temperature. Liquid nitrogen has a boiling point of about −195.8 °C (−320 °F; 77 K). It is produced industrially by fractional distillation of liquid air. It is a colorless, low viscosity liquid that is widely used as a coolant. Liquid nitrogen is a compact and readily transported source of dry nitrogen gas, as it does not require pressurization. Further, its ability to maintain temperatures far below the freezing point of water makes it extremely useful in a wide range of applications, primarily as an open-cycle refrigerant.