Gas Piping in Goodyear
We approach every Goodyear job with the considerations of the total BTU (British Thermal Load) requirements of the Goodyear job. Every gas appliance has a total BTU rating plate. We add up all of the appliances ratings and come up with the total BTU load for your Goodyear job. We then determine which type of pipe is best suited for the Goodyear job. Then we use formulas to appropriately size the pipe. In some cases we will oversize the pipe for future use the Goodyear customer has told us about. We use a variety of Goodyear approved gas pipe.
Underground Gas Pipe in Goodyear
We use polyethylene gas pipe in Goodyear. It’s the same piping that the gas company puts in the ground in Goodyear. We only use socket fusion or butt fusion to put the pipe together. When adding a Tee or a Riser it is necessary to add fittings in Goodyear. When we fuse the pipe the fittings and pipe are actually stronger than the original pipe when the process is done. Fusing the pipe is done by a certified installer with special tools to ensure a proper fuse every time. After the pipe is fused, it is installed 18” below ground with an approved tracer wire. The purpose of the tracer wire is so the pipe can be located after it is buried with a locating machine. The line is pressurized and awaits inspection from the local inspector, as is all types of gas pipe we use. After we have received our inspection from the local jurisdiction, we add shading on top of the pipe then backfill the trench.
Above Ground Gas Pipe in Goodyear
We use schedule 40 metallic gas pipe in Goodyear. It is normally mounted along a Goodyear structure and must be supported as per Goodyear code requirements.
Interior Gas Pipe in Goodyear
We can use schedule 40 metallic gas pipe or corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST) in Goodyear. CSST has become very popular over the last decade in Goodyear because of its ease of installation.