We take the safety of our customers and whoever may come into contact with our products very seriously.
LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) is a flammable gas and it is heavier than air. It is safe if stored and used properly. LPG has a stench agent added to make it easy to detect in the event of a leak.
We recommend that you always follow the safety instructions.
- Do not damage or tamper with the valve
- Be sure you have the correct regulator
- Before removing any plug or cap make sure that the valve is closed
- When swapping a cylinder on an appliance, make sure that :-
- the appliance is turned off
- there is no other source of ignition
- Keep cylinders upright
- Do not store cylinder in cellars
- Do not use propane cylinders indoors
- Do not use in high rise flats where gas is prohibited
- Use a trolley or other suitable device or technique for transporting heavy containers
- Leave valve protections caps (where provided) in place until the container is ready for use
- Only use suitable pressure regulating devices on all containers
- Never use direct flame or electrical heating devices to raise the pressure of a container.
- Containers should not be subjected to temperatures above 45Â°C.
- Do not use containers as rollers or supports, or for any other purpose
- Keep container valve outlets clean and free from contaminants
- Close the container valve whenever gas is not required
- Replace outlet caps or plugs and container caps as soon as container is disconnected
- Containers should be stored in a well ventilated area.
- Store containers in a location free from fire risk and away from sources of heat and ignition.
- The storage area should be kept clear
- Containers in storage should be properly secured to prevent toppling or rolling.
- Flammable gases should be stored away from other combustible materials.
- Containers held in storage should be periodically checked for general condition and leakage.