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The Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) of natural gas (which is primarily methane). is 5% by volume in air.

The Upper Explosive Limit (UEL) is 15% by volume in air

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How much is 10 percent lel of natural gas?

100% LEL is 5 %. So 10 % of it is 0.5%

What is the Difference between percentage LEL and Percentage volume?

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What is a safe lel percent?

As per Osha, in a confined space, less than 10 percent LEL is considered safe

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