Friday, September 12, 2014



Liquefied Petroleum Gas

Liquefied petroleum gas or liquid petroleum gas (LPG or LP gas), also referred to as simply propane or butane, is a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases used as a fuel in heating appliances, cooking equipment, and vehicles. 

What does this mean for you, the customer?

Route Management (Pty) Ltd has over many years discovered the need for these tankers in the market. Mindful of their 100 year plan, Route Management (Pty) Ltd has found a way to assist in the basic needs of the environment and on a larger scale, industrial companies. These assistance plans have been provided in a list for you below:

Rural heating

Cylinders with LP gas 
Predominantly in rural parts of many countries, LPG can provide an alternative to electricity and heating oil (kerosene). LPG is most often used where there is no access to piped natural gas.
Realizing the effectiveness and advantages of LPG for the rural settlements, Route Management (Pty) Ltd used the necessary resources available to them to generate working models for Africa. 
These models are used to continually assist companies to offer better heating systems for Africa. 

Motor fuel

LPG filling connector on a car
When LPG is used to fuel internal combustion engines, it is often referred to as autogas or auto propane. This autogas can deliver a great service to the driver. 
It is through our dedicated mission statement that Route Management (Pty) Ltd can create and employ on a continual base value into all products manufactured in our plants.
Through the many years of services, Route Management (Pty) Ltd have worked to live up to normal standards but to also bypass all current standards each year for future business plans and services rendered for clients.



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