Supplier of LPG Gas and Autogas in Malta
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The Regulator

Always keep in mind to:

  • Replace if it shows signs of wear and tear, or does not fit properly with the cylinder.
  • Check for leaks every time you connect to a cylinder.
  • Replace after 10 years
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Flexible Hoses

  • Use only certified hoses which bear the year and name of the manufacturer.
  • Keep hose lengths as short as possible.
  • Secure hoses with proper hose clips.
  • Replace any hoses when they expire.
  • Replace any hoses showing signs of wear, cracking or damage.
  • Never use a naked flame to search for leaks
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IN THE EVENT OF FIRE

  1. Immediately raise the alarm and call the Fire Brigade (112) advising them of the presence of LPG.
  2. Call Liquigas Malta 24/7 emergency service on 2248 6010.

Using Liquigas Cylinders Safely

  • Take care of the cylinder and the valve to ensure that they are not damaged.
  • Always use cylinders in the upright position.
  • Return cylinders when empty or when not in use for long periods.
  • Read the instructions provided with your appliance and keep them handy for future reference.
  • Keep your appliance clean and have it serviced regularly by a competent person.
  • Ensure there is an adequate supply of fresh air where your appliance is used. If a room becomes stuffy, open a window or door immediately.
  • Preferably replace empty cylinders for full ones outdoors. In case of a change indoors take extra care and precaution. The appliance must also be switched off and preferably allowed to cool.
  • Check that the regulator is connected properly and that there is no gas leakage.
  • Don’t expose the cylinder to direct heat from flame as this may result in excessive pressure.
  • Don’t attempt to unscrew or disconnect a clip-on from any cylinder if the flame does not go out when the regulator is turned off.
  • Don’t store or use cylinders in cellars, below ground level or closer than 2 metres from entrapped drains, unsealed gullies or openings to cellars. LPG is heavier than air and if there is a leak gas will accumulate at a low level and may become dangerous in presence of a flame or spark.
  • Don’t attempt to force a regulator of one size on to a cylinder’s valve of another size. In case of difficulty, contact your retailer and have the appliance checked.
  • Don’t modify your gas appliance. Always ask your gas retailer for advice and do not let unqualified people tamper with or service your appliance.
  • Don’t obstruct access to cylinders.