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Old 08-17-2011, 10:04 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Wiring Propane Tank & Pump

This is off the subject, but does anyone know how to properly wire a frestanding propane tank and pump?
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what type of gas pumps are they? ...........

where are you at in 'bama any where near birmingham?

i havent done any oil/petro work my self but i know a few guys in the "neighborhood".
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Old 08-18-2011, 12:50 AM   #3
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Propane gaz ?? that you will have to wired up in class 1 Div 2 IIRC and everything have to be in Expolion proof fitting the excat distance IIRC is 6 meter I will have to dig up my old notes plus NEC however I am not sure with your state regulations do follow the NEC or International Fuel codes one of the two or both.

I know in France it is C1 D2 with no building but with building it become C1D1 unless you have ventation means.

Bleu est beau.
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