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LPG Business Customers
Thousands of business, big and small, use Flogas LPG to power their business. Flogas LPG energy solutions can power everything from a small micro brewery in Dingle to a large Combined Heat & Power system for a nationwide range of motorway Service areas. We have years of experience in helping businesses significantly reduce costs and improve productivity. Our team of engineers and designers are on hand to assess your business needs, and advise the best possible solution for you.
LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is clean-burning, sustainable, efficient and is a versatile, flexible and portable source of energy, which can be used anywhere. It has many applications across many industries, from catering, heating and drying to autogas and much more. Below are some common applications:
Thousands of business, big and small, use Flogas LPG to power their business. LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is a clean-burning, sustainable and efficient fuel and is a versatile and flexible source of energy. It is portable, can be transported, stored and used virtually anywhere as an energy source, and there are sufficient reserves to last for many decades. LPG also shows lower greenhouse gas emissions than petrol, diesel, and electricity, on an energy-equivalent basis. Flogas have years of experience in helping businesses significantly reduce costs and improve productivity. Our team of engineers and designers are on hand to assess your business needs, and advise the best possible solution for you.
In an emergency call Flogas
What to do in the event of an LPG leak
LPG, in cylinders or tanks, has a distinctive smell added to enable you to clearly detect a leak. Never ignore a leak. Promptly take the following action:
- Firstly, if in any doubt, call Flogas on 028 9073 2611
- Turn off the gas at the tank(s) or cylinder(s).
- In the case of indoor cylinders or cylinders in a small enclosed yard, disconnect the cylinder and remove to an open (outdoor) space.
- For indoor leaks, to disperse the gas, open all windows and doors to the outside. Avoid sources of ignition - no smoking, do not turn electrical switches on or off.
- For large outdoor leaks (i.e. where there is a smell of gas more than a few feet from the source), keep people, vehicles and ignition sources away. If necessary, cordon off the area and/or have someone stay there to control access.
- In the case of fire, immediately ring the fire brigade.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
It is colourless, odourless and has no taste. It is a killer.
Carbon monoxide poisoning is caused by fumes from faulty home heating appliances.