In the attached pictures electrical and cable wires are very close to, even touching the CSST. Everything runs together through the wall from one attic to another. There is Pipe insulation rapped around some of the electrical wires. This is a new house.
Q. Is there a minimum requirement for the separation of CSST and Electrical wires and other items that can conduit electricity? If so, what is the minimum? What does the pipe insulation do?
“Consult local building codes as to required
separations for CSST from such continuous metallic systems
including metallic chimney liners, metallic appliance vents,
metallic ducting and piping, and insulated or jacketed
electrical wiring and cables.”
If the building codes are “SILENT” on the separation then it would be no issue for the insulated or jacketed “Nonmetallic” electrical wire and cable to be in contact.