Propane vaporizers are mechanical devices that convert liquid propane (LPG) to propane gas. Essentially, a propane vaporizer is a boiler that heats the liquid propane to the point where the propane turns to gas.
Propane vaporizers are used in many industrial settings. For example, a business may need to convert large quantities of liquid propane to propane gas to heat an industrial oven or kiln.
When set up and operated properly, propane vaporizers are safe and effective. However, if the installation is done incorrectly or if the vaporizer is operated improperly, an explosion and fire can result.
At Silverman, Thompson, Slutkin & White, LLC, we have extensive experience litigating and settling catastrophic injury matters, including the following matter:
Settlement – Negligence (Propane Explosion Resulting In Burns)
Case: Anonymous vs. Anonymous (Confidential Settlement)
Settlement Date: November 25, 2019
If you or a loved one has been injured by a propane vaporizer please call attorney Andrew Slutkin at 410-385-2786 or email ASlutkin@SilvermanThompson.com