I wouldn't worry about the screws ...... even if they were long enough to hit the tank they won't puncture it.
We also use black iron to the ceiling before going to csst, as a preference.
Use the biggest hammer you like, pounding a square peg into a round hole does not equal a proper fit.
correction it needs to termanate no less than 6 inches from the floor and is not to be piped directly in to any floor drain.
at least in maine thats code
Originally Posted by beenthere
Thats CSST, its legal.
The screws in the water heater jacket don't look good. But as long as the screws aren't 1", they aren't hurting anything.
But, your water heater needs the Temperture Pressure Relief valve piped to the floor.
I just didn't bother to give him clearances. His code may require closer then national.
In one township here, I have to be closer then the rest.
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