How to connect
Gasfuse screws directly into an LPG cylinder. The hose and regulator from your appliance then screws into Gasfuse.
For Major Leaks
If there is a major hose rupture, for example from a fire at the appliance or the hose detaching, you don’t need to do anything – Gasfuse will simply shut off whether you’re there or not. When the problem is fixed, just pump the gauge 3-4 times, and the gas will start flowing again. If the problem hasn’t been fixed properly and the hose ruptures again, Gasfuse will shutoff once more.
For Leak Detection
You can determine if there are any leaks in any gas connection that has a Gasfuse attached. Turn the appliance off, and the LPG cylinder on. Pump the gauge 3-4 times to let the gas flow, then turn the LPG cylinder off. Now watch the gauge for a few minutes – if there is any leak, the needle on the gauge will move.
As a Low Gas Indicator
Gasfuse tells you when you need to change cylinders or get a refill. Turn your appliance on and run it for a few minutes. The gauge is clearly marked and colour coded. When the needle falls into the red zone marked refill, you know you’ll be needing more gas soon.