LP gas and NH3 tank conversion dangers
Learn safety management practices for LP gas and NH3.
Maintaining the integrity of your customers’ gas systems is the most critical aspect of a liquid petroelum (LP) gas handler’s safety program. Among the key risks is contamination with anhydrous ammonia (NH3).
- LP gas and NH3 don’t mix
- Keep tanks secure and legal
- Important warnings
How do I use it?
Follow the LP Gas and NH3 Tank Conversion Dangers tool to maintain safe gas handling practices. Remember, serious risks are involved in interchanging tanks from one product to another. Risks include compromising your customer’s gas system, liability issues and increased fire hazard. In addition, dispensing gasoline into a converted LP tank, or any unapproved container, is illegal.