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Precaution while using LPG

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Basic safety rules

Ensure all fixed LPG installations are fitted and serviced by a licensed or registered gas fitter. The gasfitter is responsible for ensuring new or replacement appliances are connected, tested and adjusted properly. The gasfitter should explain appliance operating instructions to the consumer and provide them with a copy. Keep LPG appliances and fittings in first class condition. Have them regularly serviced. Check the appliance manual or contact the retailer to find out how often this is recommended. If any leak of gas is detected, refer to Emergency Procedures. If an appliance cannot burn its fuel efficiently (due to inadequate ventilation or a faulty or poorlymaintained appliance) it may produce carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is a highly poisonous gas. While it is odourless it is accompanied by other emissions that may a produce a car exhaust smell and/or watery eyes.


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Safety Tips for Home 1
Ask about delivery arrangements in your area
Safety when you smell gas
Allow clear access to your property
Tips to avoid running out of gas
Checked regularly the rubber pipe
Adequate ventilation in the home
How to handle LPG safely
Do not use unflued LPG appliances in bedrooms
While receiving cylinders
Cylinder is kept upright
Store your LPG cylinders
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