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Amthor International (845) 742-9040
Atlantic Bottled (516) 935-2427
Blue Light Energy (631) 537-0668
Ideal Bottle Gas   (631) 376-0740
(631) 738-9233
Kurtz Truck Equipment (607) 849-3468
Johns Gas Service (631) 749-0195
Lins Propane Trucks (508) 669-6665
Paraco Gas (631) 265-3100
Petro Propane (888) 735-5651
Pine Aire Truck Service   (631) 243-1900
Quality Steel   (800) 345-2495
Quogue Sinclair Gas (631) 728-1066
(413) 243-2164
Rathe Associates   (631) 822-1200
Star-Lite Propane   (631) 586-2265
Suburban Propane
(631) 537-0930
Tarantin Tank & Equipment   (732) 245-1593
Tortorella Heating & Gas (631) 728-5801
(732) 245-1593
 

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Propane won't ignite when combined with air unless the source of ignition reaches at least 920 degrees Fahrenheit. In contrast, gasoline will ignite when the source of ignition reaches only 430 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

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