Note: Chart below is for reference only. Always refer to National Fuel Gas Code and Trane provided unit literature for official values.
- Natural Gas flow is given in thousands of BTU/hr.
- One cubic foot of Natural Gas = roughly 1000 BTU
- Typical nominal pressure at the burner for Natural Gas is 3.5" of water column
- Typical machine supply pressure is 5" to 7" of water column
- Pipe length must include additional length for all fittings
- Add approximately 5 feet of pipe per fitting
Natural Gas Example: Using the chart above, a machine with a burner that requires 440,000 BTU would need a 1-1/4" pipe for a 20' run.
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