Propane & copper

Originally Posted By: rray
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Does copper pipe present any problems for use as propane supply lines? I’ve always seen galvanized iron, black steel, and flex pipe here.



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Originally Posted By: dvalley
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Russel,


LPG gas supply lines coming from the source are always copper here in Massachusetts. The black steel is usually at the burner unit. ![icon_wink.gif](upload://ssT9V5t45yjlgXqiFRXL04eXtqw.gif)


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Originally Posted By: ecrofutt
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I don’t know the codes, but copper is all I see in Kentucky for propane from the tank to the house.



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Originally Posted By: rray
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Thanks, guys. This was a house way out in BFE, where I found all sorts of unusual things that I had not seen before.



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Originally Posted By: rstanley
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Is that a city in Egypt?


Originally Posted By: rray
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Yeah. The travel charge was actually more than the cost of the inspection. But I’m the only one who will go out that far. And I only go because there’s two really nice casinos between here and there. Of course, that means that there is a net loss on these inspections out in BFE.



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Originally Posted By: rstanley
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Ok. I know the place. There is a town next to it called East BF.