3 SOBERING FACTS ABOUT YELLOW-JACKETED CSST
Yellow-jacketed CSST (corrugated stainless steel tubing) is used to route natural gas and propane within residential and commercial buildings. 1 Since 1995, it has become commonplace and can now be found in over ten million U.S. homes. 2 Its thin walls (only 0.3 to 0.4 millimeters, or about the thickness of four sheets of paper) are all that separate you from explosive natural gas. 3 No data exists to indicate that, in development, yellow-jacketed CSST was ever tested to measure resistance to lightning.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
Yellow-jacketed Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing is proven to be:
Follow along as we discuss the issues and uncover the truth about the dangers of CSST.
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