Certified Professional In Gas and Pipe fitting
Gas piping is an important component of a gas system. Gas piping systems are typically made from steel, copper, brass or CSST (Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing) and can be found in various shapes and sizes. There are several benefits to using each type of pipe material, but black steel is the most common for natural gas applications.
– Steel is economical and durable – it provides a good balance between cost and performance. Although steel will rust if not properly maintained, the life of the pipe can be extended by adding an outside layer of the galvanized coating. This process creates a more expensive product with higher corrosion resistance than plain black steel pipes but lower costs than copper or brass materials.
– Copper piping has long been popular in plumbing applications because it resists corrosion better than other metal types like aluminum, stainless steel and zinc alloys that are used for various home water systems such as kitchen sinks. For gas distribution lines, there is concern about using copper piping since leaks may release harmful sulfur dioxide into indoor air
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