CSST Gas Line Bonding
Properly bonding and grounding of a Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST) system may reduce the risk of damage and fire from a lightning strike. Lightning is a highly destructive force. Even a nearby lightning strike that does not strike a structure directly can cause systems in the structure to become electrically energized. Differences in potential between systems may cause damage to the CSST, including holes. Bonding and grounding reduces the risk of arcing and other related damage.
Did you know?
- Whole house surge protectors will not protect gas lines from a surge caused by lightening.
- CSST was first introduced to the United States in the early 1990’s.
- Grounding a gas line is as simple as attaching a wire from the gas pipe to the service panel or ground rod.
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