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Re-Installing outside gas lines

Rich44Rich44 Posts: 2Member
Laying all new outside gas lines on my mobile home. My question is... What type of Gas line can be laid on top of the ground underneath the home. I plan to use Home-flex underground polyethylene line 18 inches under ground from meter to the corner of mobile home. But that is not allowed on top of ground under the mobile home. Can anyone tell me what is allowed?

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  • Rich44Rich44 Posts: 2Member
    By the way, I am in Kingman Arizona.
  • STEVEusaPASTEVEusaPA Posts: 3,145Member
    If it’s going under the mobile home, why can’t the gas line be hung from the floor joists.
    You may want to ask the local plumbing inspector.
    steve
  • GroundUpGroundUp Posts: 578Member
    I'd check with an inspector. Here in MN I'd use either flared copper or FlashShield and suspend it from the underside of the trailer, but I've heard of some states down south that won't allow copper on NG.
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