Do I need a special cooker if i use LPG

If you use Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in your home or business you should ensure that your appliances are set up to use LPG. Normal cookers that are intended for use with natural gas will require some adjustment to make them safe to use with LPG. This procedure is quite easy but to be safe we would recommend getting a qualified professional to do the conversion for you.

Burners have different jets for use with LPG as LPG is supplied at ab higher pressure than household gas. Most cookers, ovens and ranges will be able to be changed over quickly and easily or you can buy cookers or other appliances that are set up ready for LPG.

We have been asked what the difference is between Calor gas and LPG and the truth is there isn’t one and Calor is only a brand. Our LPG supply is exactly the same and will do exactly the same job as the bottled gas supplied by Calor.

It is safe to say that having a tank fitted will work out cheaper and more conveniently than using bottled gas. You don’t even have to pay for the tank as we supply that for you and fill it up whenever it is needed.

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