Safety in gas appliances 7

This Association for Science Education (ASE) publication about safety in gas appliances was developed in association with the British Gas Corporation. At the time, this was the only gas industry in the world to be involved in every aspect of gas supply.

The booklet contained guidance for teachers and notes for students. It included activities suitable for students aged 14 to 16 with links to science, electronics and technology courses.

Teachers’ Guide
1. Industrial background
2. Educational scope
3. Notes on experiments
4. Appendix: Relationships to science, electronics, and technology syllabuses at 16+

Students’ Notes
Using gas safely
Making the device
*Experiment 1: Building an electromagnetic gas-safety device - a construction task
*Experiment 2: Building an electromagnetic gas-safety device - a design problem
A commercial flame-safety device

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Author(s)Peter Hancock
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Shelf referenceA 507.12 ASS
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