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LPG Gas South Africa – Frequently Asked Questions

As registered gas installers, we often get asked all kinds of questions about gas and we thought it was about time that we put together a list of frequently asked questions about LPG gas in South Africa. In this article, we address some of the burning questions asked by our valued clients, family and friends.

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Everything You Need to Know About Gas Inspections

Regardless of the type of gas appliance or installation you have in your home, there are various non-negotiable rules and regulations which ensure that your appliance is installed safely and properly maintained.

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Gas Safety Tips - How to Store your Gas Cylinder Safely

The importance of storing your gas cylinder safely cannot be stressed enough. Gas safety awareness will protect you and your family from injury and your home from severe damage.

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Gas Leak Protocol - What to do When There is a Gas Leak in Your Home

Gas leaks inside the home or workplace can cause major health and safety risks but, these can be avoided if everyone in the building responds correctly to a gas leak emergency.

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What You Need to Know About Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Although the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning may be subtle, the condition is considered a life-threatening medical emergency which requires immediate medical attention.

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Gas Safety - Importance of a Flame Failure Device

Understanding the importance of gas safety and the need for a flame failure device is extremely important for any individual who makes use of gas appliances in their home or business.

A flame failure device is a key feature in your appliances which enhances gas safety and prevention of injury.

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Signs of a Gas Leak and What to do About it

Knowing how to identify the signs of a gas leak can save you and your family from potential injury caused by inhalation of fumes as well as other risks associated with leaking gas.

Natural gas is highly flammable and can pose a serious fire and explosion risk as well as carbon monoxide poisoning in humans and animals alike.

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Gas Safety Tips for Gas Appliances in Your Home

Many families use gas appliances in their homes. Due to the nature of gas appliances, it’s important to know all the gas safety tips available to make sure you and your family stay clear from unwanted accidents.

Using gas is an economical way to cook or heat your water or home. Compared to electricity, gas is far more affordable.

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