Posted by Fixerupper on September 18, 2012 at 20:42:59 from (22.214.171.124):
Thanks for the suggestions for the buried line. Dale, your suggestion for an air line source sounds interesting. I'll have to check it out when harvest calms down. My plan is to bury a conduit of some kind and run the line inside it, possibly with a communication cable of some sort as was suggested. It just might save me money in the long run.
But here's another twist. I forgot about the propane line I have to run out there too. The propane tank that feeds the other two shops is right in the vicinity of where the air source is coming from so a gas line will be in the same trench. I know very little about the rules and regs for buried gas line and what can be run with it. Can the gas line be run in the conduit along with the air line or does it have to be separate. I'd hate to have a conduit full of fumes if it springs a leak. Those fumes will come out one end or the other and both ends will be inside a building. What do I use for gas line? The heater will not be any bigger than 150,000 BTU's and probably less. Lots of questions. I might not be back on the puter for awhile because of harvest but I'll check back when I can. Thanks. Jim
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