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All consumer’s gas piping from the point of delivery to the first opening in the house piping shall not be less than 1 1/4 inch in diameter. The minimum size of yard line required to serve a small or medium size house is 1 1/4 inch diameter, providing the length of the pipe is 150 feet or less; over 150 feet in length up to 400 feet will require 1 1/2 inch pipe; from 400 to 1,500 feet, 2 inch pipe is required. If the house is larger than average, or there is auxiliary equipment such as brooder houses, boiler, gas engines and the like, the gas company should be given full particulars. Assistance will be given in figuring the proper size of lines.
(`93 Code, § 5-405) (Ord. 1155, passed 12-11-90)