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In this section, you will find our infographics that, in a very clear way, each combine facts and visuals about the world of LPG in one single image. Thereby, they make the at times very technical information and numbers more visually appealing.

We have divided our infographics into categories to make it easy for you to locate the ones you find interesting. The infographics cover diverse areas and for example include general facts about LPG as a fuel, the damages of indoor air pollution, and compressor use and maintenance. Check them out below.

FLEXSPEED 10th anniversary

In 2008, FLEXSPEED started a revolution that pushed the limits of high-capacity LPG filling. In 2018, we took a look at the splash FLEXSPEED had made since then.

Check it out here

Fun facts about LPG

Did you know that the smell of gas it artificial and only added to make the human nose able to detect leaks? On the Kosan Crisplant LinkedIn page, we have posted fun facts about LPG - and we have gathered the series of infographics here.

Be surprised by more fun facts

The benefits of LPG

LPG is an exceptional and very environmentally friendly fuel, and its advantages cannot be counted on one hand. The facts and figures on these infographics tell - at least some of - the stories about how it benefits both people and planet.

Learn more about the beneficial LPG

LPG can save lives in the developing world

Every day, 3 billion people are exposed to indoor air pollution when they use solid fuels, coal and biomass to cook. Every year, 4.3 million people die from the illnesses this causes. As explained here, LPG is the best alternative when dinner needs to be served.

Check out how LPG can benefit the developing world

Compressor use and maintenance

Using a compressor to transfer liquid or vapour has several advantages compared to traditional methods. It can e.g. help you lower emissions and gas waste. But as these infographics highlight, it is necessary to use and maintain the compressor correctly.

Take a look at the basic compressor principles