Gas geysers make use of Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) for the purpose of heating. These geyser types have no limited power to heat water. Gas geysers provide incessant flow of heated water and supply immediate heating.
Gas geysers are activated by cold water running through the unit i.e. as soon as you open a hot tap the geyser will switch on. It will automatically switch off again when you close the hot tap. This means that the geyser only uses gas when you are actually using hot water.
Most SABS/ LPGSA approved geysers are installed on an outside wall, under the eaves of the roof. If you have a flat-roofed house &/or you live in an extremely windy area you may need to purchase a weather cover for your gas geyser.
Gas geysers approved for indoor installation must by law be installed in a well ventilated area & must be fitted with a flue pipe which expels exhaust heat & fumes from the building. Flue pipes can our be installed to go up through the ceiling & roof, or through the bathroom/ kitchen wall.