Gull Road, Guyhirn, Wisbech, Cambs. PE13 4ER   

     

Guyhirn, Wisbech, Cambs. PE13 4ER

 

Safety

Using Butane Gas

When you handle Butane gas bottles, treat them with care to make sure valves aren’t damaged and always use them in an upright position. Read all instructions and labels supplied with your gas bottle or appliance and keep them handy for future reference. We also recommend you return the gas bottle when it’s empty or out of use for a long period.

For diagrams on how to connect and disconnect Butane gas bottles, take a look at the Using Butane Safely PDF guide. This also includes useful information on carbon monoxide, flexible hoses and emergency advice.

Download the Butane Safety Data Sheet.

Using Propane Gas

When using a gas bottle you should always treat it with care, keep it upright and read the instructions and labels provided. Also, ensure you return the gas bottle when it’s empty or not in use for long periods. Remember to keep your LPG appliances clean and have them serviced regularly. When you’re using Propane indoors for commercial use, make sure there’s an adequate supply of fresh air in the room – using ventilators or grilles, if available.

Download our Using Propane safely PDF for further information on how to effectively use Propane, including the dangers of carbon monoxide, the importance of a regulator, emergency advice and more.

Download the Propane Safety Data Sheet.

 



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