Anil Engineering emphasizes the importance of the safety of LPG at all our customers’ installations and other operations. With safe working environments, you can ensure the safety of your employees and boost productivity in a commercial or industrial setup. Liquid Petroleum Gas is one of the top combustible gases and should be used safely for the protection of your plant and team.

A gas leak is a matter of high risk at industrial facilities, and thus, your team must be prepared to handle any such kind of situation.

Things that Can Affect the Safety of LPG

1. Flares

Fire temperatures between 1000 C to 2000 C are the most intense state to cause flares in the industrial process.

2. Sparkles

When you’re using numerous electrical hardware like press catches and contractors that carry flexibly enough energy to bring the gases in the region to the start temperature, sparkles are created. Then, they are able to cause a self-spreading fire through the volume of the gas/air combination.

3. Hot Surfaces

Electrical hardware can also heat up the surfaces and reach during any ordinary or unordinary activity. When the temperatures surpass the start temperature of the LPG, there are high chances of a blast. Other electrical components can add to the mishap in an industrial setup.

Stay Safe with the Following Precautions:


  • Ensure adequate ventilation is there in your factory setup and make sure your team raises the alarm or shouts in case of a leakage.
  • Keep the cylinders in a cool place safe from sparkles, flames and high heat.
    If you suspect valve leakage, put on the safety cap and place your LPG cylinder in an open area
  • Read all the operating instructions specified by Anil Engineering carefully before use.


  • Don’t use LPG in windy situations. Make sure to suspend all operations if you find your business in an unsafe situation.
  • Don’t keep your LPG in a horizontal position. The right way to use a cylinder is to keep it upright.
  • Don’t connect your cylinder without checking the valve and ‘O’ ring.
  • Don’t let unauthorized personnel enter the cylinder area. Always conduct training for people who will be using the cylinders every day.
  • Don’t use any battery-operated or electrical devices in the LPG shed.
  • Don’t let the unused or unconnected LPG cylinders lie around unsafely in your setup.

Top 4 Safety Tips from Anil Engineering

  1. Keep your LPG cylinders in separate safe-keeping chambers with sufficient distance from volatile materials like flames. The chambers should be set apart with temperatures, configuration weights and other data as specified by the norms.
  2. Although the transportation of LPG is comparatively easier, it shouldn’t be overlooked as the cylinders and bottles used for transport can be prone to wear and tear. Chambers, full or void, should be in an upright situation with valves at the top. Ideally, an open vehicle should be used, and fire extinguisher gear should be prepared nearby.
  3. Capacity zones in industries and factories should be built to properly store and regulate LPG. The amount of LPG stored should never exceed the capacity specified.
  4. If you’re storing LPG in large quantities, ensure that there is proper ventilation to let any possible leakage seep through and depressurize. There are several safety devices offered by Anil Engineering to keep your LPG safe.

Your safety is our first priority at Anil Engineering. In case of any emergency or leakage, stay alert and notify the authorities at the earliest.

We hope you have a safe and successful experience with LPG. For any assistance, feel free to contact us.

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