When ordering your dual fuel or gas fuel cooker from us, it is important to notify us about the type of gas you intend to use for your stove. Different types of gas have different types of pressure and different burner orifices are required in the gas burner of the stove. We offer all of our gas cookers with orifice sizes that will fit natural gas or LPG (propane). Please let us know what kind of gas you wish to use for your range cooker, then we will ensure that you get the correct orifice size fitted before delivery. Information relating to what type of gas the range cooker is approved for is available in the information relating to each product.
Having a gas range cooker in your home means that you need to pay greater attention to fire safety compared to an electric range cooker. On the other hand, it is important to point out that modern range cookers are significantly safer than their predecessors and have safety catches on the knobs which make it impossible to accidentally turn them on and risk gas leakage. The knobs are connected to a spark ignition that causes the flow of gas to automatically cease as soon as the flame goes out. It has been the law since 2010 that all cookers must include a flame failure device (FFD) as standard. So you can rest assured that all the stoves we sell offer FFD. During power outages it is still possible to use the burners by resorting to manual ignition. Whit that said you should always be careful when gas is involved!