What is LPG?

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is a mixture of butane and propane.

Advantages of LPG

LPG emits significantly fewer greenhouse gases and other pollutants than petrol-powered equivalents. LPG typically has around 20% less ozone forming potential (a measure of the tendency to generate photochemical smog), between 10 and 15% lower greenhouse gas emissions and only 20% of the air toxics emissions

Types of Installations

We offer technical consultancy, design & installation of LPG systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications

Residential

  • 100lb LPG Cylinders
  • 100 gallon LPG systems

Commercial & Industrial

  • 100lb LPG Cylinders
  • 100 gallon LPG commercial systems
  • 500 gallon LPG commercial systems
  • 1,000 gallon and over LPG systems
  • Forklift cylinder filling stations
  • Natural Gas piping systems
  • Water sprinkler systems
  • LPG systems repair

DO

  • Switch OFF the regulator
  • Open all windows and doors fully
  • If leakage is from the valve, place a wet cloth (or water spray) over the valve head
  • Take cylinder to an open area
  • Contact the distributor or call the Fire Services (990)
  • If leak is detected at the bottom of a 20lb cylinder, turn upside down.

DON’T

  • DO NOT light a match, lighter, stove, or any other open flame
  • DO NOT switch on OR off any electrical equipment inside the house
  • DO NOT use any mobile devices in the area of leaking tank