Flame Safety Device Regulations
A flame safety device is a device installed in your gas cooker, gas hob or gas oven which ensures the gas is automatically switched off once the flame has gone out. This help to keep gas related accidents in the home down to a minimum.
There are a separate set of flame safety device regulations to help ensure the device is being used properly and working to its full potential. It is important that if you have a gas appliance with a flame safety device that you understand how it works and the flame safety device regulations associated with it.
Flame safety device regulations:
– Flame safety devices affect flats and multi-dwelling buildings which include dual purpose properties i.e. flats above shops.
– Does not at present include detached, semi-detached or terraced houses.
– Stand alone gas-only cookers have not enabled this at all. This is because many stand alone gas cookers have no electric supply.
– The device must be check on a regular basis to ensure it is working properly.
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