The CSST extends through a ceiling and attic to a furnace.It's strapped.....Where does the vertical gas line go?
Where I'm at in northern California we have extremely dry gas conditions so we can omit the "drips" per CPC 1210.6 or CMC 1310.8, but the way I read it the sediment trap is still required when "not incorporated as part of the appliance." I rarely see anything installed without a sediment trap, even though they are often not installed correctly.Rut row!
Theres usually a sediment trap or drip leg trap between the valve and flex pipe. But I have seen the trap omitted when using flex lines. Does Califorina have wet gas? or can the drip trap be omitted?
Don't forget a Smitty pan and three screws at the draft hood.Joe B., Like you, we require sediment traps in our jurisdiction. (G2419.4)
We also do not allow the PTR pipe to have reverse slope, be trapped, and to discharge in a location that is "readily observable"... . (UPC 608.5, #8) (P2804.6.1, #7)
Here is a before and after. The terminals are the supply side of the meter. The latch at the bottom is where Edison places a seal. Edison places a seal to thwart theft.Our meter enclosures are generally accessible...What do yours look like?