LPG gas safety tips

LPG gas safety tips

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With LPG gas safety tips, our priority is to keep you and your family safe

We are more than just LPG. We are a watchful companion

LPG is used by people all across the globe for various applications in a safe and consistent manner. However, safety always has a scope for improvement. Because we know that your kitchen is always buzzing with activity, with adults cooking and kids sneaking in to grab a bite, we at SUPERGAS have a few LPG gas safety tips for home.

Your little effort goes a long way, so we are here to guide you throughout, from new connections to order refills. So that you rest assured and cook with ease so that you have all the more reasons to appreciate the exceptional fuel that is LPG. Safety at its best with LPG.

To do list when Buying LPG

When Buying LPG

  • Always make sure that you are buying from an authorized franchisee.
  • Do not forget to check the company seal and safety cap on the cylinder at the time of delivery.
  • Do not accept the cylinder if the seal is broken.
  • Please look for the due date of testing, which is marked on the inner side of the cylinder stay plate. The due date is marked by an alphabet representing the quarter (A – March, B – June, C – September, D – December) and year for testing. If the DFT is A-22, it means the cylinder needs to be tested by March 2022.
  • Do not accept the cylinder if the due date is over.
  • Check for gas leaks by applying soap solution on cylinder joints and Suraksha pipes at the time of putting the new cylinder into use
  • Do not use open flame to detect leaks.

Things to remember when Cooking with LPG

When Cooking with LPG

  • Keep the doors and windows of your kitchen open for proper ventilation.
  • Do not place flammable or plastic items near the flame.
  • Never leave your cooking unattended.
  • Wear clothes that do not catch fire easily.
  • Close the regulator knob to OFF position when cylinder is not in use

LPG Maintenance

Maintaining and storing your LPG

  • Disconnect LPG regulator and affix safety cap on the cylinder when your gas stove is not in use for long.
  • Always store the LPG cylinder in an upright position and away from other combustible and flammable materials.
  • As good practice, change the suraksha tubes once a year .
  • Always use ISI approved tubes, stoves, regulators and LPG appliances.
  • Make sure all parts of your LPG system are in good condition.
  • Never tamper with your LPG cylinder.

If in case of an Emergency

  • Close regulator and burner knobs. Do not panic.
  • Open all doors and windows for ventilation.
  • Extinguish all flames, lamps, incense sticks and sources of fire.
  • Put the safety cap on the cylinder.
  • Call your distributor or emergency service for help.
  • Do not operate electrical switches and appliances in the room.
  • Isolate main electrical supply from outside.
  • LPG is heavier than air and it settles on the ground. Use all available ventilation to disperse the gas