About the Post

Author Information

What can’t be seen, may be Harmful: Check out Gas Safety Tips from Cameron Luken

Wangi Wangi, NSW; Feb 26, 2014: With camping and grilling season in full speed, many people use Gas to supply fuel to portable grills. When it comes to gas, what you can’t see can be harmful, even volatile, if a tank or regulator begins to leak, cautions Jenn Air Grills.

Learning about the physical properties of LP gas before a leak occurs is worth the time - just ask Cameron Luken, President of Jenn Air grills reviews. A demonstration of these properties that he performed for his son’s fifth grade class 10 years ago prevented serious injury when one of his son’s classmates encountered a gas leak in a family members’ home.

“The young man restricted a family member just in time from walking into the basement with a lit cigarette. Because cooking gas is heavier than air, it sank to the basement. This young man knew that a lit cigarette would ignite the gas and explode,” said Luken. “He used his knowledge about LP gas to prevent serious accident, if not death.”

LP gas is commonly used to heat and cool homes as well as cook fods in the rural Midwest. Large gas tanks are also found on farms, especially at confinement operations. Many people choose gas grills as they’re easy to start and heat the grill upward. The grill must have the capability to apply good control on the flame.

What if there’s a gas leak at home?

If a homeowner suspects a gas leak, Mr. Luken recommends the following:

• Evacuate everybody from the home immediately. Do not turn on or off any light switches as this action could serve as a source of ignition if LP gas vapors are present.

• Shut-off the LP gas at the tank outside the home.

• Call the fire department.

What if there’s a leak detected in a gas grill?

“If a leak is suspected near your gas grill, shut off the gas valve on the tank immediately and do not operate the grill until you can confirm that no leaks exist within the gas line or gas connections,” cautions Cameron Luken, President of Jenn Air grills reviews. Leaks within the LPG line or gas connections can be detected using a soapy water solution and an old paint brush or tooth brush.

For more information please visit www.jennairgrillsreview.com or contact on Phone: +61400006701 or email: luken.cameron@gmail.com.

Comments are closed.