Propane is used in industry for many applications; the most common of which is forklift propane. It is also used for heating, torches, temporary situations, standby systems along with many other applications. Propane is a versatile fuel for industry due to its ease of portability.
All of our commercial and industrial propane service accounts are backed by our guaranteed 24 hour service. Our staff is available personally, 24 hours a day, you will not be routed through an answering service out of state. This is just part of our commitment to our customers.
We offer forklift propane cylinder exchange service in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, and Sheboygan counties, with servicing schedules set based on customer demand. Boehlke Bottled Gas Corporation supplies cylinder cabinets and tanks on a no charge lease program. We also provide pertinent safety information upon request and via this website.
Put Propane to Work
Propane has become a leader in the industrial market because it offers a number of key advantages over other fuels:
Forklift propane produces 19 percent fewer emissions than gasoline forklifts and 7 percent fewer emissions than diesel forklifts. Additionally, when you take in total site-to-source emissions, forklift propane’s total emissions are fewer than electricity.
Propane forklifts can operate more quickly than electric, which boosts productivity outdoors where faster speeds are allowed. Additionally, propane only requires a quick and easy cylinder switch, which can be faster than charging a battery.
Propane has a proven and trusted track record in material handling. Propane fuels 670,000 forklifts in U.S. factories and warehouses.
Abundant Supply Produced in the U.S.
Choosing forklifts that run on American-made propane reduces dependence on foreign oil and keeps jobs at home. With more than 70 percent of propane production coming from domestic natural gas, the U.S. produces enough of its own propane to exceed customer demand.