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Are you allowed...

kcoppkcopp Posts: 1,661Member ✭✭✭
to use soft copper on Natural Gas piping? If not, why?
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  • Bob HarperBob Harper Posts: 699Member ✭✭
    gas code materials

    Per both major gas codes, copper is allowed IF your local utility confirms your local gas has less than 0.3 grains of hydrogen sulphide per std. 100 cubic feet. That goes for LP and NG.



    HTH
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