BBQ Installation Questions

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Old 09-14-02, 10:15 PM
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Hi,

I am installing an outdoor BBQ in an island with a sink and have a few questions. The BBQ island will sit on a concrete pad that is continuous from the island to the house. All utilities will be covered from the BBQ to the house and will enter the basement through a hole in the footing of the house.

1. What type of pipe should I use the for the hot and cold water?
Copper, galvanized cast iron, ?

2. I am using marine wrapped cast iron for the gas line but I am using black cast iron fittings. How do I provide protection to the fittings that is similar to the marine wrap on the pipe?

3. Do I need to have a ground wire associated with the gas line? If so, from where to where should it run?

4. I intend to run electrical in rigid conduit (PVC).

5. I intend to run a 2" ABS drain line to the sewer connection.

6. How deep do the services need to be if they are under a 3.5" concrete pad for:

Water lines?
Gas line?
Electrical PVC conduit?
ABS drain line?

Answers with details are greatly appreciated.
 
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Old 09-15-02, 05:51 AM
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Hello Tnash

I am going to copy your post to the Electrical, Gas Appliances and Plumbing forums - I know there are people in all three forums that can help you with your project.

Fellow Members, please go to the Outdoor Living Forum in the Outdoors Group to answer this post so that everything will be kept together for Tnash's reference.

Thanks to all !

Howie
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