FAQWhat is characteristic about cooking on natural gas?
Using natural gas for cooking enables us to control the heat level and to change its intensity depending on the stage of the preparation of the meal. The flame is safe and can be increased or decreased momentarily. Since it emits water vapors while it burns, the natural gas does not dry the food out, prepared in the stove. It keeps its taste and juiciness. In order to maintain the quality of the natural gas, the panels of the cooking stoves have been improved, using a number of modern technologies.
Why do we need to take precautions while using natural gas?
The natural gas is an energy source. For an explosion to take place, there should be a leakage of gas in large quantities in a closed space, and it should mix with oxygen in a certain proportion. Then this concentrated mixture could be ignited from a spark. Such a situation is quite hypothetic, since the natural gas is twice as light as air, and it rises and looks for the smallest cavity to escape a room. The gas in small quantities in a concealed space is not hazardous.
How could accidents with natural gas occur?
If used properly, the natural gas is not hazardous. “GASTEC BG” AD spares no effort to guarantee that the gas reaches the end users in the safest possible manner. An accident could occur in the case of damaged equipment or improper maintenance, or if the members of the household do not adhere to the rules for safe exploitation of the gas appliances.
Why is natural gas clean?
When it burns, the natural gas does not emit dust or soot. It emits primarily water vapors and carbon dioxide, which turns back to oxygen from the green plants. The natural gas reaches the highest energy efficiency among the other energy sources present on the market.
Could there be fatal consequences in poisoning with natural gas?
This is plausible only in detective novels! The natural gas is not toxic and can be lethal only in a confined space, when there is a lack of oxygen. Even in this case, the lack of oxygen will lead to asphyxiation, rather than the presence of natural gas.