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RapidXchange’s own quality control inspector. RapidXchange is your number one source for safe and convenient propane tank exchanges. From first inspection all the way through delivery, Inspector Q makes sure every tank is filled with safety. Nothing escapes his well-trained eye, and he’s gotten the entire RapidXchange team geared up to bring you the safest, highest-quality propane tanks available.
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Propane Safety Tips
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- Always follow grill manufacturer’s instructions and keep written materials accessible.
- When lighting a grill, make sure grill top is open.
- Always use or store cylinders outdoors in an upright (vertical) position.
- When the cylinder is refilled, have the supplier check for dents, damage, rust, or leaks.
- Before connecting or lighting a propane gas grill, use a leak-detection solution to check connections for tightness. Do not use matches or lighters to check for leaks. Your propane gas supplier has leak-detection solutions and instructions.
- After filling or exchanging, take the cylinder home immediately. Keep the vehicle ventilated and the cylinder valve closed and capped.
- If there is an uncontrollable release of gas, call the fire department.
- Do not allow children to tamper or play with the cylinder or grill.
- Do not smoke while handling a propane cylinder.
- When not in use, grill burner controls should be turned off and cylinder valve closed.
- Do not use, store, or transport cylinders near high temperatures (this includes storing spare cylinders near the grill).
- When the grill is not in use, cover disconnected hose-end fittings with small, plastic bags or protective caps to keep clean.