LPG pipe work sizes

Postby steveg » Sun Jan 27, 2008 10:08 am

I have bought a new house but have been informed that on other developments the gas pipes are not correct. As far as I can see the pipework used is the same as for the oil tank roughly 8-10mm sheathed copper. The stuff used for the gas as it enters the house has had the sheathing removed. The run of pipe is about 40ft long top the fire and around 25ft to the cooker.

Can anyone point me in the right direction to clarify what i need to be saying to the developer..Cheers
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