ome of you may remember, I posted a question here about some potential problems with the propane line supplying my house. The problem corrected by going to a high pressure system.
Anyway, the work order also stated that all the old "water nuts" were replaced with "forged nuts" which have less of a pressure drop than the "water nuts".
So ... does anyone know what the difference between a forged nut and a water nut is (in the context of the brass fittings used on soft copper tubing)?
Are water nuts the compression fitting while forged are the flare variety? If so, I'm glad they were replaced! Indiana building code prohibits the use of compression fittings for fuel gasses.
This azzhet obviously has more degrees than a fever thermometer. He probably works as an engineer in a nuke testing lab!
Some dipstick who became a certified propane installer by watching videos was definitely smart nough to take him off for extra money selling him forged brass fittings to replace perfectly good fittings that are headed for remelt now.