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Ph. 0434447427

Approved Cylinder Test Station,
Qualified Motor Mechanic,
​Licenced LPG Installer.


ABN: 83525690306

Brisbane, Ipswich, Warwick, Gold Coast, Northern Rivers​

Mobile Cylinder Test station Licence: 20604,
LPG Licence:  A1511, Qualified Motor Mechanic

Hi ! and welcome to “ACT”. Reliable service that everyone can afford. Our technicians or tank testers  will come to you at your home or office, taking care of your LPG requirements . We take great pride in offering our customers the very best in LPG servicing .Simply contact “ACT” today and we will take care of your needs.

LPG TANK RETESTING.

Statutory regulations require LPG cylinders to be inspected and tested every 10 years to ensure they are in a safe working condition. If you have any concerns about the condition of your gas cylinder, you should have it inspected by a licence’d gas cylinder test station as soon as possible.


PHONE: 0434447427​​

LPG CERTIFICATES FOR CARS.

Your LPG installation must be inspected and certified by licence’d personnel in Queensland in order to register or transfer ownership of a LPG fueled vehicle. A system removal certificate is also required once a vehicle has had the gas system removed.

  • LPG Tank certification
  • LPG Certificates for cars
  • Liquid Phase Injection ​
  • Vapour Injection
  • Servicing traditional ring mixture systems
  • Trouble Shooting Problems
  • Repairs to any leaks, ​

 

REMOVAL OF OLD LPG CYLINDERS   

PHONE: 0434447427

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An example of excessive corrosion is shown below, not always seen without the removal of the stone tray. Though some tanks may appear new, it does not mean they are still in test. A compliance tag fitted to the tank will display the last time the tank was retested. LPG cylinders require testing every 10 years.

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There are health and safety issues involved with the removal, handling and storage of LPG tanks. Consideration must be given to the hazard of working in an explosive atmosphere and only approved equipment should be used. Only suitably trained personnel should be allowed to work on LPG vehicles before the tank is removed. Under no circumstances should a LPG tank even if thought to be empty, be drilled or pierced to remove LPG.