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Peter_18
Peter_18 Member Posts: 2
running outdoor gas line off gas main to connect to BBQ. Any special material other than black pipe. This feed will be the first before the connections to boiler???

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  • Empire_2
    Empire_2 Member Posts: 2,343
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    Sure????

    I have about 10 Q:,.....Nat. gas grill? How many feet from connection to grill? What size line are you using? If Prop. fuel did you change the orifices on the main burners to fire the Nat gas? There are some factors that need to be disclosed before I can tell You, "Yea, Why not" I did not mean this to be condescending,,...:-)

    Mike T.
  • JK_3
    JK_3 Member Posts: 240
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    Mike is right. There is a lot more to running gas pipe the most people think about. and mistakes can be deadly.

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  • Pete_31
    Pete_31 Member Posts: 26
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    Would the line be above or below ground? I had grill that was run off nat gas. Sure was nice not ever running out of gas. I think most of the better quality bbq grill cos. offer conversion kits.
  • That outdoor line

    needs to be corrosion protected or plastic pipe especially made for underground use. Get hold of your local propane folks who do a lot of this and they will fill you in on all you have to do.

    If it is natural gas which you state it is then contact the local gas company for instructions on installation and they will also many times help you with sizing.

    The line must be 12 to 18 inches deep and filled in with no rocks or debris which will damage the protective covering required for corrosion protection.
  • Empire_2
    Empire_2 Member Posts: 2,343
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    Ba, Domp Bomp!!!!!!! My firends.

    This is the person who KNOW's.............. Hey Tim. I don't know if you got my last E-Mail, but was looking for training for my guy's........Including myself. Buffalo, Area...?

    Miike T.
  • Hi Mike, yes I did

    and I sent you an answer. If you can put some numbers together I would love to come to Buffalo in July when it stops snowing!!! Just kidding give me a call at 401-437-0557 and we can talk about it.
  • lee_7
    lee_7 Member Posts: 458
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    Tim, good to see you back. hope all went well for you with your surgery.

    Lee
  • Leuze Electrical
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    They are right. You NEED to contact your gas supplier. Especially if propane, your K-factor as it is called which projects your fuel usage must be adjusted to prevent a run out, not to mention a quick disconnect with 100% shutoff must be installed to prevent accidental disconnect with gas leakage. Ether a Natural gas or Propane gas distributor will be able a size piping, suggest cathodic protection and installation requirements.
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