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CSST

Discussion in 'Commercial Fuel Gas Codes' started by jmc, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. jmc

    jmc Bronze Member

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    Can CSST pipe, used for main gas supply line of a R-2 use, be buried? 2012 codes.
     
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    Sifu Gold Member

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    Usually Not directly. Gastite requires watertight conduit along with some other limitations. Check the mfr for whatever brand you are using.
     
  3. skipharper

    skipharper WellKnown Member

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    From the 2012 IFGC:404.2 CSST. CSST piping systems shall be installed in accordance with the terms of their approval, the conditions of listing, the manufacturer’s instructions and this code.
     
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    They have a system that can be...PS-II? maybe....Polyethylene is way cheaper....
     
  5. jmc

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    As always, thank y'all very much.
     
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    Pcinspector1 Platinum Member

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    I think your going to see a HDPE type pipe for underground GAS in most cases.
     

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