When it comes to propane, Canada has strictly enforced safety regulations. And at Superior Propane, we take safety just as seriously.
We invite you to review our helpful propane cylinder safety tips so you can do your part to keep your family, friends and communities as safe as can be.
- When reconnecting the cylinder, make sure it’s secured in place on the barbecue.
- After the hose is reconnected, check for leaks using a water and soap solution. If there are bubbles (which indicate a leak), tighten the connection and recheck with the soap solution.
- Keep cylinders away from flame or heat and building exits.
- Use cylinders only with appliances approved for propane.
- Keep cylinders outside, upright and off the ground on a base that will not burn.
- Close the cylinder valve tightly, even when empty.
- Ensure the cylinder valve is protected.
- Store away from flame or heat.
- When storing, disconnect cylinders, plug or cap all cylinder outlets.