General Safety

  • - The gas vapors are heavier than air. In case of a leak, the gas goes down to the ground and concentrate in lower areas.

  • - Do not put highly flammable materials, it causes ignition and hot surfaces at ground level or below the tanks and cylinders of LPG or next to them.

  • - The gas evaporates and cools quickly. For this reason, it can cause severe burns if spilled on the skin or if someone touches certain types of gas equipment without wearing protective gloves and goggles.

  • - The gas is not toxic. However, it can cause anesthesia if mixed at high concentrations in the air. With increasing concentration (thereby decreasing the available oxygen) increases the risk of suffocation.

  • - LPG is odorless itself. However, this adds a very smelly substance to detect leaks. NEVER attempt to locate a leak with a flame or other means that may ignite!

  • - LPG is flammable, like all fuels derived from petroleum. Must be stored away from ignition causes in places with good ventilation.

  • - LPG expands rapidly when the temperature rises. Storage tanks, piping and equipment must be protected against high pressure rise due to expansion of the liquid with increasing temperature.

  • - The gas causes the deterioration of natural rubber and certain plastics. You must use hoses and other equipment designed specifically for use with LPG.

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