Emirates Gas and Emarat introduce new LPG cylinder seal
ENOC Team's subsidiary Emirates Gas (EMGAS), as well as Emarat, have collectively presented a new seal for LPG cylinders that not only contributes to the safety and security of individuals but also maintains the availability of authentic products and increases operational efficiencies in the market and protecting consumer rights.
The unified Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) seal has various brand-new elements including colour, material, the position of the hologram and a distinct serial number in addition to tamper-proof features.
Environment-friendly in colour, the new seal lugs the hologram of Emirates Gas as well as Emarat, each with a one-of-a-kind identification number positioned horizontally on the shrink seal to reduce any type of illegal circulation of LPG cylinders by unauthorised suppliers. Unlike the old LPG cylinder seal, the brand-new seal is outfitted with an aluminium foil cap which is impossible to duplicate and recycle after it is unpacked.
His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC Team, said: "The safety and security of our clients and representatives remain our major concern. Presenting the new seal for LPG cylindrical tubes is among numerous procedures we undertake to curb efforts which endanger the safety and security of customers, staff members and also members of the community. This effort underpins our commitment to keeping the highest possible HSE criteria at Emirates Gas along with inclusion in the safety and security and also wellness of our clients."
Previously, Emirates Gas utilized a yellow seal whereas EMARAT had a white seal as well as both entities utilized their special identification number. To further enhance safety and security, the hologram has currently been positioned at the top of the cap which will obtain damaged when the seal is broken as it is made from slim aluminium foil and attached to the seal.
With the launch of its unified seal, Emirates Gas and also Emarat advise consumers to get LPG cylindrical tubes just from authorised distributors and ensure the seal is intact and only cut in front of them after the acquisition is made.
Customers should also request a validated VAT invoice from the distributor for each transaction as per the UAE Government regulations, which can be used as proof if any complaint needs to be raised.
Eng. Ali Khalifa Al Shamsi, Director General, Emarat, said: "Resembling our esteemed companions at ENOC Group, the security of our clients is of principal importance and the introduction of a brand-new, and better LPG cylindrical tube seal, makes sure an extra layer of operational reassurance. The groups have worked tirelessly on making adjustments to give the user a better and also much safer experience as well as we say thanks to those included for creating a better item. Via continued research in scientific research and production, we at Emarat are committed to bringing new developments to our clients to keep an impressive service offering."
Emirates Gas and also Emarat are the only 2 Government-authorized entities enabled to fill up LPG cylinders at its bottling plants located in Dubai LPG cylinders are flammable and are needed to be completely examined before every filling up to make sure zero leakage and also no safety and security risks such as cylindrical tube bulge that can result in unwanted accidents.
Emirates Gas and Emarat deal with numerous federal government entities to decrease offences to guidelines set for the circulation of LPG cylinders in Dubai.