Flame failure safety: A flame failure safety device ensures that the flame of the stove doesn’t cause damage or affect the safety of the user.
No matches, no batteries: Using matches can be a big safety hazard, especially around LPG. It’s best to opt for a stove which doesn’t need you to use matches, as they are known to be safer – the safest alternative is an automatic ignition system.
Cast iron burner holders: These holders have a high resistance to heat, and they’re sturdy, ensuring that the cooker or vessel placed on the stove is safe and levelled.
Low gas consumption: An appliance that consumes less LPG is better suited for the environment, and, of course, it’s more cost efficient.