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Method 1: To check how much gas is left in the cylinder, you can subtract the weight of the empty bottle from the total weight of the bottle.
You will find the weight of the empty gas bottle (the tare weight) on the shroud of the cylinder. Put the cylinder on a scale to measure the total weight of the bottle. Subtract the weight of the empty gas bottle from the total weight and you will know how much gas is left in the bottle.
Method 2: Gently pour a glass of hot water on the side of the cylinder. With your hand, touch the side of the cylinder. The cylinder will feel cooler where the cylinder still contains liquidized gas. The gas bottle will feel warmer where there is no gas.
LPG is a clean source of fuel- The clean burning properties and portability of LPG provide a substitute for indigenous fuels such as wood, coal, and other organic matter. This provides a solution to de-forestation and the reduction of particulate matter in the atmosphere (haze), caused by burning the indigenous fuels.
LPG is highly portable, and hence, can be easily transported in cylinders or tanks to end-users.