Safety First

LPG is a flammable gas, so always prioritize safety. Keep cylinders in well-ventilated areas, away from heat sources, and ensure proper storage conditions.

Cylinder Inspection

Regularly inspect your gas cylinder for any signs of damage, rust, or leaks. Faulty cylinders can be hazardous, so report any issues to your gas supplier immediately.

Valve Awareness

Familiarize yourself with the cylinder valve. Ensure it is tightly closed when not in use to prevent gas leakage. Never force open a stuck valve; seek professional assistance instead.

Transportation Safety

When transporting a gas cylinder, always secure it in an upright position in a well-ventilated area of your vehicle. Never leave cylinders unattended in a closed car, as heat can cause pressure to build up.

Regulator Connection

Use the correct regulator designed for LPG cylinders. Ensure proper fitting and check for any wear or damage. A secure connection prevents gas leaks.

No DIY Repairs

Gas cylinders should only be serviced and repaired by authorized personnel. Never attempt to repair or modify a cylinder yourself, as it can lead to dangerous consequences.

Weight Matters

Keep track of the cylinder's weight. Most gas suppliers provide cylinders with a tare weight stamped on them. This allows you to estimate the amount of gas remaining.

Emergency Preparedness

Know the location of emergency shut-off valves and how to use them. In case of a gas leak, turn off the gas supply, ventilate the area, and contact emergency services.

Regular Maintenance

Schedule periodic maintenance for your gas appliances and check for any signs of wear or malfunction. Well-maintained equipment ensures the safe use of LPG.

Environmentally Friendly

LPG is a cleaner-burning fuel compared to many alternatives. It produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions, making it an environmentally friendly choice for households.