The drop leg image show proper installation on gas appliances in commercial and residential properties. View it here:
Looks more like a sediment trap to me.
Oh no, here we go.
I’m for drip leg.
Looks like a drip trap to me.
isn’t that a drum trap ???
Has anyone googled drip leg? It’s not what you think,
according to google that picture is a sediment trap…
Google in SW Ohio begs to differ.
A drip leg, or also commonly called a sediment trap, is used on fuel piping to prevent sediment, debris, and moisture from entering a gas appliance or fuel regulator.
well if it is on the internet it has to be true…
Google must have cleaned it up at one time. something else came up. x
Google learns one’s habits and sources one’s desires…LOL!
You’re all wrong. It’s a “Drip Tee” or “Dirt Leg”…
From the AI robots at ChatGPT. Is anyone willing to tell the robots they are wrong?
its footers and footings all over again…
Dang it, JR. you beat me to it. I was just about to post that.
If installed properly, I don’t have to call it anything…
Where’s the Drip Leg Kid when you need him? He could sort all this crap out.
It’s all right here, I do not understand all the confusion .