New LPG cylinder launched in India, cost up to 5 percent less

New Delhi: Indian Oil has launched a new type of LPG cylinder. This cylinder is named Indane Extra Sharp. It is more effective than other LPG cylinders and also saves while cooking with less gas consumption. However, it cannot be used in homes as it is for use in hotels or restaurants.

Indane Extra Fast Cylinder can be used in commercial and industrial work. It uses 5 percent less gas than cylinders used in households and saves up to 14 percent at cooking time. The pressure of the gas-filled in this cylinder is high, thereby using the gas to the full capacity. In order to increase the capacity of this cylinder, Indane's Department of Research and Development has developed a special type of additive (adulterated element). Mixing this additive burns the gas of extra-sharp cylinders with more flame.

Indane has conducted field trials at several locations before unloading the cylinder. The company has since reported that the Indane XTRATEJ cylinder saves up to 5 percent gas. Also, cooking takes up to 14 percent less time than other cylinders. That is, if the food is cooked with this cylinder, the food will be ready soon. This cylinder is being used in hotels or restaurants. The biggest feature of this cylinder is that its flame temperature rises to 65 degrees, which cooks quickly and saves gas over time.

LPG cylinder is currently being made available in cylinders with 19 kg, 47.5 kg and 425 kg gas. Indane plans to launch this cylinder across the country. It has just started in a few districts of the country. You can call the tollfree number 18002333555 to see if your district is involved. The price of this cylinder is slightly higher than the cylinders used in hotels or restaurants. But this can be compensated according to higher price savings. Consumers who already take cylinders of 19 kg, 47.5 kg and 425 kg can get changed with extra fast cylinders. You also need to talk to your gas agency about this. It also has to be seen whether Indane has started this service in your district.

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