Safety Tips

Staying safe with
Solar Gas

Just like any type of fuel, LPG still holds a certain
degree of danger if not used correctly.

Solar Gas has been behind the scenes of everyday Malaysian life. From great milestones in the industry to cultivating joyful moments at home, we provide outstanding quality, value and safe LPG solutions as part of our outstanding customer service.

01

Always keep the LPG cylinder in an upright position in a well-ventilated area.

02

Keep LPG cylinders away from heat and sources of ignition like smoking and open burning areas.

03

Keep the stove above the LPG cylinder on a stable surface and keep a distance of 1 to 1.5 metres between the LPG cylinder and the stove.

04

Do not change LPG cylinders near a source of ignition. Any released gas could be ignited with a naked flame or a lighted cigarette.

05

Avoid blinds, curtains, or other obstructions near the LPG cylinder or stove.

06

Do not keep any gadgets or electrical appliances near the LPG cylinder.

01

Make sure that you are using a gas hose with the correct size and diameter that fits properly to link the gas connection to the gas regulator and gas appliances.

02

Use hoses that are designed for LPG use with factory-crimped end connections, complete with a hose clip.

03

Check the condition of the hose regularly and replace and damaged or worn hose with a new one.

04

Use the correct regulator and check its conditions regularly.

01

When the LPG cylinder is turned on, do not leave the stove and cooking utensils unattended.

02

Avoid placing hot items on the gas cylinder as it would risk damaging either the gas regulator or the hose.

03

Do not use or keep any flammable items in the kitchen other than the LPG cylinder.

04

Use the LPG cylinder in a well-ventilated area to ensure a safe atmosphere is maintained.

05

Always turn off the LPG cylinder valve/ regulator and gas appliance after use.

01

Check for gas leak occasionally using soapy water - soapy water will bubble up when in contact with the area or connection with gas leak.

02

If a gas leak is suspected, do not use the LPG cylinder and turn off the regulator.

03

If you smell gas, open windows and do not turn on any electrical switches.

04

If a gas leak is suspected indoors, open the doors and windows to ensure proper ventilation.

05

If the condition is safe, move the LPG cylinder outdoors to an open space, far away from people, buildings, drains, and sources of ignition.

01

Immediately call the Fire and Rescue Department (999) and inform the authorities of LPG cylinders in the building.

02

If the condition is safe and practical, turn off the gas supply.

03

If the condition is safe and practical, remove the gas cylinder from the area of fire. Avoid at all costs if it is not safe to do so.

04

Upon fire caused by gas leakage;
If it is safe to do so, stop the source of the gas leakage before extinguishing the fire.

If leakage is unstoppable, allow the fire to continue until the source can be removed away from the premises.

Until considered safe by someone competent, do not turn on the gas supply.