Gas cylinders are like time bombs in Kenya.
According to the research, nearly 4 million Kenyan households use LPG as their primary source of heat for cooking at home. And almost all of them keep gas cylinders inside the home.
Among the common gas cylinders is the k-gas.Have you ever asked yourself what the k stands for. See it.
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The k in k gas stands foe Kenolkobil which is the main company behind the production of the cylinders. The tiny flame stands for hazardous. It means that the gas could cause explosion when exposed to fire or sparks. The gas is meant to be used and refilled again.
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