Gas Installations

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Liquefied petroleum gas is a source of energy commonly used in households. It is used not only in newly built houses, but also in those already inhabited and renovated, as well as in multi-apartment construction or in housing estates.

In multi-apartment buildings and single-family housing estates, a gas network system is used, in which each house or apartment has access to the gas network.

The gas network can be supplied from storage tanks located in one place or from several different places (groups of tanks) for individual buildings, if such a solution is more effective.

LPG tank systems are tailored to individual needs. Depending on the energy demand, an installation is designed with the selection of an appropriate storage base for the tank, ensuring optimal operation of the devices. Tank installations, depending on the gas demand, may consist of individual tanks or batteries of tanks, which can be arranged sequentially, depending on the location where the energy demand occurs. A tank installation for liquefied petroleum gas means safety, high-quality gas, independence, comfort, convenience and efficient service.


External installation:

Standard mounted devices are:

  • Above-ground or underground tank,
  • First degree reducer,
  • Ball valve for gas,
  • Second stage reducer,
  • Reducer housing II stage,
  • PE pipe, fittings, etc.


Gas detection system


The gas detection system consists of a propane-butane detector DK – 15 controlled by a microprocessor mounted in the room where the boiler is located and a DN 20 solenoid valve mounted outside the building (in the gas box) when the permissible gas concentration is exceeded, the gas detector will send a visual and acoustic signal and send an impulse to the eletrosavore which will close the gas supply to the building.  

Cathodic protection for underground tank


Cathodic protection is a method of corrosion protection that interacts with and complements traditional methods of corrosion insulation. Cathodic protection is used for steel objects (tanks, pipelines, etc.) located on or in the ground. Its basic function is to protect places where insulation is insufficient (thinning, damage, assembly errors, loss of protective properties of the coating over time). Cathodic protection completely stops all corrosive processes. The combined use of insulation and cathodic protection guarantees full corrosion protection. The cathodic protection action prevents the influence of stray currents, microbial corrosion and corrosive effects of the immediate environment. The choice of cathodic protection method depends on the properties of the protected object and the environment, it is made on the basis of measurements and tests.

Summary of the positive characteristics of the use of cathodic protection


  • is the most effective and economically viable anti-corrosion system that prolongs the life of protected structures (pipelines, underground tanks);
  • the cathodic protection installation is a cost-effective investment, compared to the many times higher costs of replacing the corroded tank, repairs, interruptions in operation, penalties and costs of removing environmental contamination;
  • cathodic protection works perfectly with classic corrosion insulation, acting automatically where insulation defects exist or appear;
  • properly designed and manufactured cathodic protection does not require periodic restorations, except for the simple replacement of certain types of wear active electrodes,
  • the cathodic protection method is effective for many years,
  • for underground tanks, the authority of the competent technical inspection unit may, in the case of equipping tanks with functioning electrochemical corrosion protection, postpone the date of internal inspection or agree to replace it with other tests, taking into account that it should be carried out at least every 10 years. (OJ L. U. of 2003 No. 135, item. 1269 )