When choosing a gas fitter, you need to know that they are qualified, patient and great at their job. The staff at Cini Plumbing not only are great at their job, they will actually give you solid advice on your gas and plumbing to make sure you are in the know about what’s coming and going throughout your home.
Gas Installation and Safety
When a gas fitter installs your new pipelines through your home, there a few safety features they fit to make sure you and your family are safe. The gas is distributed throughout you home, under your floor and through your walls. The Cini Plumbing gas fitter will install a district regulating station, a service regulator and meter regulator.
The District Regulating Station (DRS) will reduce the pressure from the gas outlet to your home from 19 bar to 4 bar, lowering the overall pressure to your home.
The Service Regulator (SR) is used to reduce the pressure around your home from 4 bar to 0.1 bar to make sure that gas is evenly distributed throughout your home but under dangerous levels.
A Meter Regulator (MR) drops the pressure even further to your kitchen to give you the safest possible level to use with your stove and oven.
When using gas appliances, there are a few things you need to know. It’s always good to read the manual. However if you are not reading-inclined or hate manuals, there are 2 basic rules that Cini Plumbing suggests. Firstly, if you smell gas, there is either a part of your appliance that’s been left on or you have a gas leak. If you have left it on, it’s simple to sort out, turn it off or you’ll suffer carbon monoxide poisoning. If it’s the later then that brings up the 2nd thing you need to know. Regular services will ensure that you and your family are safe from gas leaks and harmful fumes. Cini Plumbing can fit repair any of your gas pipes and appliances in this case and service your gas regularly.