Stoves without a flame failure device SANS 1539 The standard is very clear on where a stove without a flame failure device (FFD) may or may not be used A flame failure device is defined as: 3.10 A safety device that’s permanently installed in the appliance and is used to…
Is the geyser making a clicking noise? If not, it could be the batteries. Ensure that you use Energiser or Duracell. They last for at least 6 months - depending on usage. Check the battery box - remove the batteries, feel if the spring connection is not broken. Is it…
Homeowners with gas appliances stand the chance to have insurance claims denied if it is found that their appliances did not meet the safety requirements set by the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) and the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Association of South Africa (LPGSASA). Insurers expect their policyholders to…
Using LPG for your business Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is becoming increasingly popular in the commercial sector, this clean Modern fuel has become a trusted energy source for many businesses in South African. LPG is a versatile and easy to use substance, its clean burning qualities allow for lower carbon…
All the information below has been obtained from LPGSASA On average, water heating is estimated to be one of the top five household electricity consumers. This has caused a shift to other alternative energy sources. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is increasingly becoming the alternative energy source for many households in…
With LP Gas you only pay for what you use – it is instantly on and off, unlike electricity. When cooking with LP Gas the energy used goes directly into cooking – instant heating and cooling. LP Gas is completely safe when used correctly – LP Gas is designed in…
Does your gas geyser not function properly? We have found that most times the problem is because the geyser is either too small for your needs, or it is been installed too far away from the taps it is supplying. Battery operated gas geysers are driven by the home's water…
Bottle(s) can not be placed closer than 1m to a door. Bottle(s) can not be placed closer than 2m to an open drain or deppression, where the gas can gather if the bottle leaks. Bottle(s) can not be placed closer than 5m to an electrical switch, motor, generator, pool pump…