how far can you run 3/4” gas line

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  • How many feet of pipe do I need for a gas line?

  • Add approximately 5 feet of pipe per fitting. Natural Gas Example: A machine with a burner that requires 440,000 BTU would need a 1 -1/4鈥?pipe for a 20鈥?long run. NOTE: The sizing charts above list the specific pipe sizes required for the amount of BTU鈥檚 for a new gas line installations.

  • How do I determine how many appliances a 3/4 gas line can support?

  • A ballpark estimate will likely be enough for checking how many appliances the 3/4 gas line can support. Your gas main (aka the meter) may be under the house, in a cabinet, on the exterior of the house, or underground. Observe how many 鈥渂ranches鈥?the gas line has.

  • How much will branches affect 3/4 gas line capacity?

  • There鈥檚 no perfect formula for how the branches may affect 3/4 gas line capacity. For every branch, play it safe by adding six inches to your pipe length total. Consult a pipe sizing chart.

  • What is the range of a gas line regulator?

  • Well all I know is the plumper stated that the gas company would have to raise it from 0.4 to 2 i assumed pressure but maybe he was talking about a main gas line regulator… the range requires 40,000btu and it would be 20-30 ft. depending on what route it’s run through the floor..

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