LPG as a fuel has gained much more dominance in households, industry and commercial sectors owing to its utility, affordability and eco-friendliness. Being a colorless and odourless gas, LPG is sometimes untraceable at the time of leakage. Hence to know about the leakage Ethyl Mercaptan is added to LPG for odour. Therefore, it’s imperative to know and follow certain safety practices to avoid any untoward incidents.
Safety of employees, customers and stakeholders is of immense importance for any LPG supplier. In due passage of time, LPG safety standards have improved but then accidents do take place leading to loss of life and property. What can be the main cause of such accidents? The root cause is mostly lack of awareness and its impact if safety guidelines and precautions are not followed.
“Prevention is better than cure”, these safety precautions on LPG handling and uses in households, industrial and commercial sectors will be quite useful.
LPG safety tips at home:
Safety precautions in Hotels:
Safety precautions in Industry:
At SUPERGAS, safety is an integral part of our business. Stringent safety checks are done to ensure risk-free operations throughout our supply chain. Our innovative safety products like LPG leakage detector, CGMS+ (Continuous Gas Monitoring System Plus), safeguard your LPG installations from hazardous accidents, thus ensuring complete peace of mind.
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