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Easigas is the quick, clean, modern fuel for all of your household energy requirements both indoors and outdoors. And remember, there are no power cuts with Easigas. At home, LPG can be used for cooking, grilling (braai), producing hot water and lighting. This is all made possible with a cylinder from Easigas.


Cylinders are also an option for a multitude of uses and applications. Available throughout South Africa, cylinders represent a big quantity of energy in a small package. Gas in cylinders is the ideal energy for domestic uses.


LPG Cylinders


Due to LPG’s physical characteristics, it needs to be stored in a high-pressure environment. This can be attained by cylinders or bulk tanks where particularly large quantities of LPG are required. LPG cylinders come in several sizes – 9kg, 19kg, 48g and a 19kg for fork-lift trucks.


At home, on the farm, within commercial enterprises or industry, cylinders are used for a whole host of applications. Take a look at these individual sections, to find out exactly how LPG cylinders are being used.


Cylinders are available throughout South Africa – contact us to find the nearest dealer to you. It’s worth noting that Easigas is totally responsible for the supply of LPG. The installation of any appliances and maintenance must be carried out by an approved LP GAS engineer. To find the nearest one to you, contact our Customer Service Centre.


Connecting your cylinder


To replace your cylinder, simply follow the guide below:


  • Make sure that the appliance switch (cabinet heater, cooker etc.) is turned off.
  • Ensure that the valve of the empty/used cylinder is also turned off.
  • Disconnect the empty cylinder.
  • Please take note that on the LPG cylinder connection has a left-hand thread (screw the regulator anti-clock wise)
  • Make sure that the valve of the new cylinder is closed.
  • Remove the shrink wrap and the safety seal – connect it to the appliance.
  • Check that the pressure regulator is correctly connected to the flexible hose and ensure that the pipe is in good condition.
  • Open the valve of the new cylinder and check with a soapy water solution for possible leakage at all the connections (never use a flame).


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