Things you didn't know about your propane gas alarm
Propane is a safe, efficient, and reliable fuel but must be used and handled correctly or it can be dangerous. Propane is heavier than air, If leaking, it accumulates at the floor level and then fills the room. If a spark occurs the gas will explode, just like natural gas.
It is important to protect yourself and your loved ones by utilizing propane gas alarms.
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Furthermore, people tend to use a propane gas alarm in an RV, where it can give warning of a leak from the propane tank. Never ignore the smell of propane, even if no detector is sounding an alarm.
The propane gas alarm should be installed near floor level, according the manufactures instructions and preferably not in a position where it might be accidentally kicked.
Domestic gas alarm uses sensors to detect gas. They progressively oxidize over a 5-7 year period and become less effective. So it’s best to change them every five years, or as per the manufacturer’s instructions.
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