bottled gas

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bottled gas

[¦bäd·əld ′gas]
(materials)
Butane, propane, or butane-propane mixtures liquefied and bottled under pressure for use as a domestic cooking or heating fuel. Also known as bugas.
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Auxiliary gas bottles are used for gas capacitance, in most cases in conjunction with hydraulic accumulators to extend functionality.
"Only when a gas bottle explodes in Dahieh does it make front-page news", noted AL AKHBAR, the pro-Hizbullah Lebanese daily, on Monday.
Inside there was a gas bottle which exploded," Bashary said.
The gas lines have an overall length from the gas bottles to the oven of approximately 3 m [3,4].
He was also attacked with a gas bottle used to fuel portable heaters.
The leaking gas bottle was discovered when ground personnel smelled gasoline upon opening the aft cargo door in New Mexico, according to Reuters.
1 pcb exercise room: 1 laboratory workstation with teacher experimenting table detached deduction ceiling supply system controlled by a motor 6 student tables - melamine coated 3 students energy columns 9 student tables stoneware 1 rolling table 1 wall unit 2 equipment trolleys 1 pcb preparation collection room: 1 laboratory workstation 1 wall unit 1 special cabinet wall 1 hazardous substance cabinet 2 gas bottle cabinets 2 gas bottle wagons completion of the service: - 19.2.2020.
The 24-year-old carried a gas bottle, 26 unused ampoules, three used ones, 42 empty balloons and e1/458.50 in cash.
On one of the buses when the heater must have packed up he had a calor gas fire fixed at front on top of the engine cover and a long rubber pipe down middle of the bus into the boot where he had a calor gas bottle.
Sulaymaniyah / NINA / Two people were killed on Saturday by the explosion of a gas bottle inside one of the houses in Serchinar area in central Sulaimaniya.
A natural gas bottle is believed to have caused the explosion at the Chinese restaurant opposite the Russian church on Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd in downtown Sofia at 7.20 pm last Sunday.
The fire started after a gas bottle used for cooking exploded at the Yayladagi refugee camp, one of several in Hatay province which borders Syria, the official said, adding the fire had since been extinguished.