Gas piping in a wall

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    • #278173
      MasterPlumbers
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      Are you allowed by code to run screwed piping in a wall? Thanks PLUMMER

    • #297917
      Guest
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      What country are you in? I can only answer for Australia.

    • #297918
      SylvanLMP
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      In NYC (United States) the only way to go



      SylvanLMP

      Never trust a government that does Not trust its citizens. Citizens with Guns keep the government honest.

    • #297919
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      Been plumbing for 21 years but had to weld a cooking line in the wall. Don’t ever remember having to do this before. Have screwed exposed many times. Just bothered me a little thanks.

    • #297920
      SylvanLMP
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      When working on piping over 2″ or over a half pound per square inch pressure We always weld it.

      What pressure are you working at?



      SylvanLMP

    • #297921
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      A little under a half a pound 7 or 11 inches depending on who you ask.

    • #297922
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      Screwed gas piping is not allowed in walls UNLESS you have acess to it ,by means of a acess door or panel,otherwise it has to be welded.This is the code in NE.

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