|Posted by joe on November 12, 2001 at 19:38:29:|
|In response to Re: installing a hanging gas furnace in the garage|
: : I'm having a little trouble getting gas to my furnace,(dayton 100k btu) The manual says that a 3/4 pipe is needed for the 70 ft. I need to run. I purchased 3/4 soft copper and started to string it through, it seems the more I bend and straiten the copper to get it through the harder it gets to bend without kinking it, which I have done a number of times. This seems impossible to do with soft copper this size. Should I do this with black pipe? if so what size? and should I have someone test it for me? Any codes to worry about? Please help!
: Using copper is against the building code, it should be black pipe only. Copper will build up a charcoal like sustance and will clog up the pipe.
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