Safety tips

Your safety before cooking starts with your LPG cylinder and its regulator

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Make sure you remember the important information below related to LPG transportation, handling, storage and installation.


SAFE Transport

  • Keep away from flames and sparks
  • Do NOT transport more than two cylinders at a time in one car
  • Do NOT leave inside the car during summer
  • Do NOT keep loosely fitted or laying down horizontally to avoid rolling
  • Do NOT place inside passenger compartment


SAFE Handling

  • Be aware of your personal lifting limits - cylinders are heavy!
  • Use hand trolleys or ask for help if too heavy for you
  • Do NOT throw, put down slowly
  • Do NOT roll on the floor

SAFE Storage

  • Keep in a well-ventilated, well drained and covered area
  • Place properly in upright position
  • Follow safety instructions
  • Keep away from sunlight or heat and away from the stove
  • Regularly inspect for structural damage and leaks

Cylinder installation instructions


  • Shut off the stove, close down all taps/knobs
  • Close the valve of the empty cylinder
  • Grip the regulator and pull up the plastic bush (black plastic locking ring)
  • Lift the regulator with a gentle swivel without using excessive force
  • Detach the regulator from the valve of the empty cylinder
  • Place the new cylinder in upright position
  • Place the regulator vertically down till it reaches the hexagon valve
  • Fix the regulator with a gentle swivel without using excessive force
  • Release the black plastic bush then press it down (hear the click sound)
  • The pressure regulator is now locked on the cylinder

Important when installing

  • Put out all nearby open flames and fires
  • Do not switch on/off electrical appliances when replacing the cylinder
  • Close cylinder valve after every use
  • Keep stove well-maintained

Regular checks

  • Check hose condition
  • Replace hose in case of cracks
  • Check regulator condition
  • Replace regulator if it is damaged/faulty