1. Can a gas connector or gas fitting be re-installed?
No, the product standards and model plumbing codes prohibit it. Products may be damaged during removal or re-installation and may be unsafe for use.
2.Why do the gas connector fittings have a male thread and female thread?
Gas fitting with internal and external threads can be connected to multiple style appliance stub-outs. For example, a ½” male thread is tapped with a 3/8” female thread, so that it may be connected to a ½” female stub-out or a 3/8” Male stub-out.
3.Can BrassCraft gas connectors be used with fuel oil?
No, BrassCraft gas connectors are approved for use with natural, manufactured, mixed, LP (propane) and LP gas mixtures with pressures not exceeding 1/2 PSI.
4.Can I connect two gas connectors together to obtain the length I need?
No, this could influence the gas flow rate, introduce new leak paths, and is expressly prohibited by the model codes.
5.What is the pressure rating for our flexible water supply lines?
The maximum PSI for vinyl and braided connectors is 125 PSI.
6.What is the operating temperature for our flexible water supply lines?
Vinyl and braided connectors have an operating temperature of 40 to140 degrees Fahrenheit. Intermittent to 180 degrees.