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If you have been following us for a while, you will know by now that gas safety something we take seriously and we do our best to encourage the public to do the same. In this article, we will be talking about the importance of gas safety seals, and why you should only be using gas refilling companies which make use of a safety seal.
Although we do not offer a refilling service, we are able to give comprehensive advice on all things gas, and, based on our years of experience in the industry, we know that there are two easy ways to check how full (or empty) your gas cylinder is.
According to The Pressure Equipment Regulations, every gas installation in South African homes or businesses must be assigned a COC once the installation is complete. Additionally, upon repair and maintenance of gas installations, a COC should also be issued.
As registered gas installers, we often get asked all kinds of questions about gas and we thought it was about time that we put together a list of frequently asked questions about LPG gas in South Africa. In this article, we address some of the burning questions asked by our valued clients, family and friends.
Also known as a certificate of conformity, a gas compliance certificate provides proof that the gas installation has been installed safely and according to standard, is in safe working condition and free from leaks or other potentially dangerous issues.
Gas leaks inside the home or workplace can cause major health and safety risks but, these can be avoided if everyone in the building responds correctly to a gas leak emergency.
Although the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning may be subtle, the condition is considered a life-threatening medical emergency which requires immediate medical attention.
According to the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI), South Africa may be facing one of its worst load shedding schedule to date. How can people help reduce the demand for power before lockdown is finally lifted?
As much as many of us would like to deny it, winter is fast approaching us and this means our biggest priority is staying warm and cosy.
So, this is a good time to start thinking about how exactly you plan to take that unwelcome winter chill out of your household.
Many South African homeowners rely on electricity for water heating, cooking as well as heating rooms, which usually results in a really high electricity bill at the end of each month during winter.
Many families use gas appliances in their homes. Due to the nature of gas appliances, it’s important to know all the gas safety tips available to make sure you and your family stay clear from unwanted accidents.
Using gas is an economical way to cook or heat your water or home. Compared to electricity, gas is far more affordable.
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