Bottle Safety

LPG is kept liquid under pressure in specially designed bottles.

· Store the bottles in well-ventilated areas, away from flames, electrical appliances and outlets.

· Do not store cylinders in underground or indoors - LPG is heavier than air and collects in low spots, creating a combustible mixture.

· Never store the cylinders near heat sources or exposed to direct sunlight.

· Always use hoses that are designed for use with LPG. The hose must have a maximum length of 2 meters, with clamps at both ends. The hoses should be replaced every 2 years, and degrade over time.

· When used, all cylinders must be equipped with pressure regulators designed specifically for propane or butane, to check the pressure when the temperature is changing. Use the appropriate regulator for the type of gas you use.

· Always follow the instructions provided by connecting the pressure regulator on the bottle and do not open the tank valve or regulator before the regulator pressure to connect well.

· Always make sure the tank valve is closed before removing the plastic safety cap.

· Do not ever smoke when connecting the equipment and when you check for leaks using a flame failure.

· Check the ring pressure regulator or valve before connecting each new bottle. If the hose seems to have worn out or damaged, replace it or contact your supplier.

· The bottle should be in the upright position.

· The cooking appliance and the bottle must be located above ground level, the cooking appliance in a higher position than the bottle.

· Check that the hose does not contact with the surface of the cooking device.

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