Net-0 Ethanol Purchase & Storage

Purchase & Storage

Recommended Quantity To Purchase & How To Store

20 litres in 4 x 5 litre containers. Ethanol is alcohol and a category DG3 good to be stored similar to household goods such as an aerosol can or hand sanitiser.

Net-0 produces the best, clean and 96% pure Ethanol Fireplace Fuel. Manufactured in Australia our Bioethanol Fireplace Fuel is designed and recommended for use in ALL ethanol fireplaces. It burns clean with a beautiful yellow/orange flame and is available in two forms, unscented with no fragrance and scented with a beautiful light aromatic fragrance. All products are available in safe and customer friendly packaging.


Permitting for volumes of Net-0 greater than 20 Litres stored inside, or greater than 40 Litres stored outside.

Big Volumes

Storage of volumes of Net-0 greater than 40 Litres in an approved storage cabinet.

Responsive Handling

Use ONLY in ventless fireplaces that are designed to burn liquid bioethanol. Use of the Jerry Can in an approved manner and with attention to the possible presence of flames or other ignition sources in or near the Planika product. Limiting access to qualified users. Proper transfer techniques to limit spillage and generation of static electric discharge (i.e bonding and grounding). Proper labelling and signage in accordance with applicable fire codes.

Ignition Sources

Removal of all potential sources of ignition including sparks and open flames.


Store in such a way as to reduce the likelihood of spillage or container rupture.


Maintenance of good ventilation of enclosures where Net-0 is stored.


Ethanol can form a flammable gas mixture at ambient temperatures that is readily ignitable by sparks or open flames.

Ignition Sources

Removal of all potential sources of ignition including sparks and open flames.


The fuel has been assigned a Class III flammability rating for low flash point.

Gas Ignition

The gas ignition can cause a rupture of the container, violent spread of the stored liquid fuel and subsequent injuries or a large fire.

Liquid Fuels

Liquid fuels are typically a high risk commodity in fire for their ability to grow to a large heat release rate in a short period of time. This reduces the effectiveness of automatic or first responder firefighting efforts and raises the risk of loss of containment by firefighting crews and large scale property damage and potential injury and loss of life.