GAS PIPE INSTALLATION : RAN NEW 1/2″ BLACK GAS PIPE MAIN FOR STOVE

GAS PIPE INSTALLATION : RAN NEW 1/2″ BLACK GAS PIPE MAIN FOR STOVE

NATURAL GAS LINE RAN FOR STOVE INSTALLATION .DUEL FUEL ELECTRIC & GAS TREADING BLACK PIPE .do not try what you see on these videos at home unless you are licensed in your state to do so. .

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  1. Joe Budzinski
    Joe Budzinski 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Good work, but man that is hardcore old school. Why not use csst with a termination secured to the floor? Save a ton of time and no dragging around a threader.

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  2. joeskis
    joeskis 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    shutting off the gas at the main means you can open up any pipe? Or is gas sitting inside the pipes and need to be vented first?

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  3. Wesley M.
    Wesley M. 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Nice new range, I really do not like electric at all, gas is easier to cook with since control is more precise.

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  4. Hugh Zazzara
    Hugh Zazzara 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Good job Steve. Quick question, I’ve always install tees either side ways or facing up. I was always taught that and it was code. I couldn’t find it in code book. Thoughts?

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  5. harry dewiitt
    harry dewiitt 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    im not licensed and my gas company told me i did a better job than most licensed ……pride

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  6. bignass04
    bignass04 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    "There's my hole." That's what she said.

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  7. jaladanki sujitha
    jaladanki sujitha 3 March, 2022, 10:04
  8. IGnatius T Foobar
    IGnatius T Foobar 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    I just love watching you work. Nice job as always.

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  9. 김정구
    김정구 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    you have a same job as i very interesting working way very different way to thread pipe

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  10. Numberless Oats
    Numberless Oats 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    What tools and brands would you recommend with a good value for new plumbers? It's currently a long way off for me because i'm in a plumbing course and after that I would need to finish an apprenticeship (the course grants 1000hrs on the amount needed to get journeyman's) I know Ridgid makes good tools but is it more paying for the name or are they really worth it? Thanks in advance to whoever answers.

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  11. armen terabelian
    armen terabelian 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    nice video but you fucked up the gas shut off valve

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  12. FXC 1
    FXC 1 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Steven, thanks for the clip its really good for what i am trying to do. Are you a gas engineer? can you email me on [email protected] I may have some consultancy work for you on a project I am looking for investment for.

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  13. Michael M
    Michael M 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Hi Steve. Was the inlet pipe still big enough to feed the the BTU's to the new stove?

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  14. Ryan Tettenburn
    Ryan Tettenburn 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    that schedule 40 or 80 black iron?

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  15. Jake Porter
    Jake Porter 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    That's sweet work Steve! Digging the foot pedal machine and that little transition through the wall. That looked sweet. Thanks for sharing the video.

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  16. aesthetic1950
    aesthetic1950 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Hubby came here to learn.  But the whiskey voice really caught our attention.

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  17. 9dawayne
    9dawayne 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    I heard you say a drip but didn't get exactly what that was

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  18. adrock84
    adrock84 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    oohh be afraid, be very afraid of gas! don't even go near your gas line unless your authorized "professional" is holding your hand. should be , if you don't care about the job you are about to do don't do it. in my case the amateur is going to do a better job by adhering to ALL codes not just the "important" ones. My propane guy says "if it was my house id dig the trench and drop the line in at six inches and call it a day. Thats why I'm digging the trench myself down to 20" to be at the proper depth of 18. Im doing the interior plumbing too. Do I want to be a plumbing expert? hell no but i have to just so i don't get screwed paying a pro to do a half assed job.

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  19. Jonathan Deatherage
    Jonathan Deatherage 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Not for amateurs! Very dangerous!!

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  20. Jonathan Deatherage
    Jonathan Deatherage 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Now that word there is deodorant!

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  21. Jonathan Deatherage
    Jonathan Deatherage 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Tolerant in natural gas was made mandatory after a high school was blown sky high in TX in 1937!

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  22. Lars Turner
    Lars Turner 3 March, 2022, 10:04
  23. Dougyelnats
    Dougyelnats 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    nice clean job, here we have to have city come by to check pressure gauge on test.

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  24. Aricu Nono
    Aricu Nono 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Thanks for the vid…

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  25. Dirk
    Dirk 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Always nice to see. Here we use mostly copper tubing in houses. And the black pipe for the great consumers.

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  26. Dunn Plumbing llc
    Dunn Plumbing llc 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    That is one sweet pipe threader you have

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  27. dansweeney10
    dansweeney10 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Good job Steve! I'm still in the stone age of threading my own pipe…

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  28. 11sprinkles
    11sprinkles 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Very nice attention to detail. Why no drip leg in garage? What does the cold have to do with it? Your piping machine, it only powers the pipe? It can not thread it? What is the brand and model, I would like to see about getting one. Thanks for the quality video.

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  29. Spare
    Spare 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Hey Steven when your runnin pipe up to a stove like that you do not need a regulator anywhere in the line do ya. The valve at the furnace will knock down the pressure if you tap in where its supply pressure for ur furnace

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  30. sqwuade
    sqwuade 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    I want to run a gas line for gas fireplaces in a house I just bought.  I figured I would run the pipe and drill the holes and all that so save some bucks and then have the pro do the actual connecting it to the gas lines and check for leaks.  Have any suggestions?  The house has existing brick fireplaces already so not sure how best to drill through the brick to get the pipe inside the fireplace.  Is it best to use cast iron pipe like you use in this video?  Thanks.

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  31. Mary C
    Mary C 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Is that drip leg ever emptied? Thanks for posting this. Well done. Always a treat to watch a pro at work.

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  32. HVAC Shop Talk
    HVAC Shop Talk 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Nice work Steven. I like the way you fabricate the supply on site. Enjoyed the video.

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  33. Brad1237202
    Brad1237202 3 March, 2022, 10:04

    Steven, I didn't realize there was a difference on a pilot or electronic ignition. I assumed a 2"-3" drip leg was required on installations of all gas appliances.

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