Transport

  • Do not transport cylinders loose or lying down.
  • Avoid transporting inside a passenger compartment of a vehicle. Maximum two 9kg cylinders inside a vehicle at any time.
  • Do not leave cylinders stored in an enclosed vehicle.
Leak test your connections
  • Securely connect the cylinder to your appliance.
  • Spread plenty of soapy water around the cylinder valve and regulator connections with a sponge. If bubbles appear, you have a leak, do not use the appliance.
  • Never use a match or flame to leak test.
Fresh air
  • Keep a window open when you use an LPG heater to help keep air fresh and reduce emissions.
  • Never use LPG heaters in bedrooms and/or bathrooms, without proper ventilation.
Gas appliance use
  • Check connection for gas cylinder is correct for your gas appliance and that connections are gas tight.
  • Always ensure control knobs on the gas appliance are turned off when not being used.
  • Check your gas appliance before each use for wear and tear. Do not use appliance if parts are damaged or missing.
  • Never move a gas appliance when in use.

Whether it’s for the barbeque or the outdoor heater, South-Africa’s love the convenience and responsiveness of gas. Gas on the Run Cylinder Swap provides a quick, quality and safe product without the traditional handling and filling procedures. And it’s easy… consumers simply exchange their empty 9kg cylinder for a full one that’s been inspected and leak tested. As with many fuels, gas must be treated with respect. Therefore this manual provides information on best practice for on-site and customer handling.