soft copper gas lines (Plumbing & Piping Question)

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Old 03-26-05, 01:30 PM
nickohnstad
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When I worked in the twin cities mn. common practice to use soft copper, specifically for unit heaters in the garage, I know there big on codes, plus I have 5/8'' copper gas lines going to the dryer and stove, I know it's more practical and common for iron pipe for furnaces and water heaters, what's the difference in appliances? It was a plumbing and heating outfit that installed copper gas line to the dryer, about 10' or less, been about 3 years now, no leaks, maybe the sulphur isn't as bad here thanks
 
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Old 03-26-05, 02:03 PM
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Have did a lot of gas lines with soft copper. Nat Mfg and LP. All I can say is where you are and what the code calls for is how you do it.


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