How Far Do Flexible Gas Pipes Go? (1 Viewer)

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Hi everyone :)
I was told today (by someone who hasn't actually looked) that the flexible pipes from my gas bottle will only be in the gas locker and that after that point they'll be rigid pipes. Is this correct, please?
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Hi everyone :)
I was told today (by someone who hasn't actually looked) that the flexible pipes from my gas bottle will only be in the gas locker and that after that point they'll be rigid pipes. Is this correct, please?
Thank you :)
That should be the case
 
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That should be the case

Thank you so much. I'm trying to be brave enough to use the gas but was worried that the flexible pipe might be perished. However, we had the flexible pipe in the locker replaced last year, as it was found to have perished, so if the rest is rigid (copper?) that's good news :)
 

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The flexible pipes connects to the regulator that should be in the cupboard. I believe the outbound pipe will be rigid. I thought they were galvanised steel not copper, but could be wrong. You should be able to follow them all the way to the isolator panel then on to the appliances.

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