What fittings are used for gas lines?
Gas fittings come in a variety for styles, depending on the application. Common styles for gas fittings include adapter, coupling, cross or 4-way, 45° or 90° elbow fittings, and quick couplers. When choosing gas fittings, connection selection is an important consideration that should be made based on the application.
What size are natural gas fittings?
The following is a list of the sizes for each of the Natural Gas Quick Disconnects: ¼” Female Quick Disconnect – ½” Socket I.D. 3/8” Female Quick Disconnect – 5/8” Socket I.D. ½” Female Quick Disconnect – ¾” Socket I.D. ¾” Female Quick Disconnet – 1” Socket I.D.
How do you connect gas hose to gas?
You can do this by connecting a gas hose to the gas stove and the gas supply in the kitchen….
- Step 1: close the gas.
- Step 2: place the gas connector.
- Step 3: connect the gas hose to the stove.
- Step 4: turn the gas hose on the gas.
- Step 5: check for leaks.
How do you connect a hose to a regulator?
How to attach a gas hose to a regulator?
- Step 1 – Soften hose. If your hose is new, it will probably be quite stiff.
- Step 2 – Slide on clip.
- Step 3 – Lubricate outlet pipe.
- Step 4 – Attach hose.
- Step 5 – Tighten hose clip.
- Step 6 – Test for leaks.
What is a gas bayonet fitting?
A gas bayonet fitting assures the safe gas supply connection to your gas heater. The male gas bayonet connection, on the bayonet hose, actuates the gas bayonet wall socket valve, allowing the gas to flow through the gas bayonet connection to the gas heater.
Can you use SharkBite on gas line?
Can I use SharkBite fittings for anything other than potable water and radiant heating (e.g, air, gas, oil, etc.) applications? No. SharkBite fittings are only certified for potable water & radiant heating installations.