LPG gas alarm with shut off valve for kitchen safety
Propane (also called LPG – liquefied petroleum gas – or LP gas) is a liquid fuel stored under pressure. By itself, propane is not explosive— it only becomes a hazard when mixed with oxygen in the right proportions. This is why a small leak can often be more dangerous than a large leak. Also, a small leak is less likely to be noticed until it becomes a hazard. So it is vital that there are LPG gas alarms to detect their presence.
LPG is heavier than air. If it leaks, the gas will collect first in low places, so mount LPG gas alarms near the floor.
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There are numerous advantages to using LPG:
When burning correctly it is non-poisonous and safe to use.
Burns cleanly and does not produce any soot, smoke or smell during combustion, therefore leaving your kitchen clean.
Is compatible with many different appliances and easy to maintain. Is used in many different sectors, i.e. domestic, commercial, industrial, and agricultural.
Any time a combustible or explosive gas like liquefied petroleum gas leaks, the gas alarm detects it and sounds an alarm. As soon as the concentration of gas reaches critical levels, the solenoid gas shut off valve gets activated to shut off the supply, preventing further leakage. After the valve gets closed, manual operation is required to turn on the valve.
Furthermore, many RVs and trailers are LPG-fueled, so if you have one of these vehicles, it’s a good idea to install LPG gas alarms inside.
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