I use a Kane 455 Gas Flue Analyser, which is calibrated annually  

for

Combustion Analysis

Carbon Monoxide Testing

some Pressure Testing, Let-By and Tightness Testing

Temperature Checks

Differential Temperature Tests

for

L.P.G., Propane and Butane

Gas Safety Check

Touring Caravan & Motorhome

Gas Supply and Appliances

  • Regulator performance and carry out leak test

  • Condition and date of flexible hose*

  • Condition and security of all pipe work

  • Condition of LPG sticker* on locker and security of gas bottles

  • Gas dispersal holes for obstructions

  • Fidge ignition, FFD and cooling - full fridge service extra*

  • Operation of cooker, hob and oven. Ignition, flame and FFD

  • Operation of space heater. ignition, flame, FFD and CO room test

  • Operation of water heater. Ignition, flame, FFD and heating

  • Operation and condition of external gas point

Fire and safety

  • Condition of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms

  • Condition, type and expiry date of fire extinguisher

  • Condition and location of fire blanket

* These parts are charged in ADDITION to basic Service Charge

I am Gas Safe Registered

My GasSafe Engineer Registration number is below the logo here;

 

 

 

 

 

click on the logo to check me out.

I have achieved the full Leisure Activity Vehicle (L.A.V.) qualification - not just the standard LPG and can therefore inspect and issue Landlord Certificates applicable to vehicles for hire.

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Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning

What are the Symptoms?

You can’t see it, taste it or smell it but it can kill quickly and with no warning!

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Plus Carbon Monoxide Information

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Unsafe gas appliances produce a highly poisonous gas called carbon monoxide (CO). It can cause death as well as serious long term health problems such as brain damage.

 

Remember the six main symptoms to look out for:

 

1.     headaches

2.     dizziness 

3.     nausea 

4.     breathlessness 

5.     collapse 

6.     loss of consciousness

 

 

You are particularly at risk from carbon monoxide poisoning whilst asleep, as you may not be aware of early carbon monoxide symptoms until it’s too late. Do not use the ‘black spot’ detectors that change colour when carbon monoxide is present. These will not make a sound to wake you up if the poisonous gas is present while you are sleeping.