Camper Trailer Australia - - PRODUCTS - – Scott Heiman

The WA govern­ment last year con­ducted a sur­vey of in­juries sus­tained within the gas in­dus­try and of those us­ing gas. It found that there has been a fa­tal­ity every three years and that be­tween 6-10 se­ri­ous in­juries oc­cur each year in WA, with 10 per cent of re­ports oc­cur­ring in recre­ational use of a bar­be­cue or while camp­ing. A fur­ther study found that with these statis­tics, WA was forth across Australia.

While mi­nor in­juries re­lated to gas use are de­creas­ing across Australia, se­ri­ous in­juries and fa­tal­i­ties are in­creas­ing. The re­port also found that at least 50 per cent of all gas in­ci­dents re­lated to cam­pers oc­cur due to leaks. This is de­spite the safety cam­paigns and reg­u­la­tions in each state. The leak­ing gas may not even be com­ing from your cylin­der but from an­other camp­site nearby, which may in­ad­ver­tently cause yours to ex­plode as well. This is where the Aus­tralian de­signed, owned and made GasFuse comes into its own. If there is any leak, the change in pres­sure will be de­tected, caus­ing the GasFuse to func­tion. Not only this, the GasFuse will re­li­ably in­form you that you’re low on gas by a func­tion on the gauge.

We have tried and tested the GasFuse over time and it has be­come an es­sen­tial part of our safety equip­ment on all adventures. We say: in­ge­nious, value for money and life­sav­ing. GASFUSE RRP: $30 Where: Bun­nings and camp­ing and leisure out­lets Australia-wideu More info: www.gasfuse.com rat­ing:

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