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  1. #1
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    Default Reil burner piping

    Hi all, am just looking at making a propane powered smelter. I have found the Reil burner and it seems to be what I'm after.
    Does the piping have to be black steel nipples or can galv be used without health or quality risks?

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    I would say that the fittings should be black steel. Using galv would be a health and quality risk.
    Kryn
    To grow old is mandatory, growing up is optional.

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    Thanks Kyrn, will have to look a bit further around, cheers.

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    I have an LPG burner that I made from 1/2" gal water pipe, the only gal that has disappeared is from the part of the burner within the furnace.

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