|Posted by Richard Perez on August 06, 2003 at 21:41:12:|
|In response to Re: Pluming gas pipe question|
: The size of the pipe needed is directly related to the distance the appliance is from the meter, the BTU's of the appliance, and the BTU's of any appliances between that appliance and the gas meter. The 1 1/4" is probably adequate, whether the 3/4" lines are depends on how far you have to run the pipes. You will need a permit and as part of the permitting process you will have to submit a plan showing the lengths and sizes of the various pipes and the anticipated BTU's of each appliance.
: : Hi Hube,
: : Problem is that the appliances haven't been bought yet, so I don't have any idea what the BTU's will add up to. There must be averages for these somewhere that I could use. Do you have anything showing average BTU's for these appliances?
: : I'm not too worried that the 1 1/4 main line coming in isn't enough. My main concern is with the 3/4" line that will feed the stove and furnace. I'm wondering if I need to increase the pipe size to 1" for that leg.
: : Brian
: : : : The other 3/4" line will go to supply the stove and furnace. I wanted to put a fitting on the end of that line to have a 3/4" supply going to the stove and 1/2" going to the furnace. I'm wondering if a 3/4" line is enough to supply the stove and furnace? Also wondering if the other 3/4" line is enough to supply the water heater and dryer.
: : : : Thanks,
Is there any web site that ofter BTU chart for natural and LP
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