In order to prevent tipping, falling, or rolling, gas cylinders must always be securely fastened, according to the Kenyan Government.
addressing via the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority today the 26tg of February 2023, the Kenyan Government has announced that cooking gas cylinders ought to be kept in a law-compliant, cold, dry, well-ventilated environment. Close the valve, take the regulator out, and fasten the valve protector cap when a gas cylinder is empty or not in use.
The Kenyan Government has further announced that cooking gas cylinders should also be secured so that they do not tip, fall, or roll while being transported utilizing hand trucks made specifically for the job.
The Kenyan Government has divulged that during a leak, cooking gas cylinders should be transferred to a remote location far from potential ignition sources if it contains flammable gas.
The Kenyan Government has maintained that as long as the gas hasn't released, cooking gas cylinders should stay isolated while making sure that the proper cautions are posted. The state divulged that it is recommended that users always use soapy water instead of a flame to find a gas leak.
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