You may want to let your wife, friends or maids know as well when they receive the gas cylinder from the vendor next time.
This is really very good information for all of us to remember.
Please check your household gas tank cylinder as soon as possible.
Knowing the uncouth characters we have to deal with, you should never be
surprised that they will continue to use old tanks, though they will also tell you
that they get their supplies in the tanks now sold to us. Insist on newer tanks!
Do you know that LPG gas cylinders have expiry dates?
Expired LPG cylinders are not safe for use
and may cause accidents.
In this regard,
please be cautious at the time of
accepting any LPG cylinder
from your vendor.
Here is how we can check on
the expiry of LPG cylinders:
On one of three side stems of the cylinder,
the expiry date is coded alpha numerically
A or B or C or D
and some two digit number following this,
The alphabets stand for quarters -
1. A for March (first quarter),
2. B for June (second quarter),
3. C for September (third quarter), &
4. D for December (fourth quarter).
The digits stand for the year till it is valid.
Hence D06 would mean December quarter of 2006.
Please return the cylinder that you get with an expired date.
They are prone to leaks and other hazards .
This second example of D13 allows the cylinder to be in use until December 2013.