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    NATURAL GAS INSTALLATION CODE

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy

    Superseded date:  01-01-2000

    Language(s):  English

    Published date: 

    Publisher:  Canadian Gas Association

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    Foreword
    1. Scope
    2. Definitions, abbreviations and reference publications
       2.1 Definitions
       2.2 Abbreviations
       2.3 Reference publications
    3. General
       3.1 Application
       3.2 Approval of appliances, accessories, components,
            equipment and material
       3.3 Responsibilities of the installer
       3.4 Training and quality of labour
       3.5 Suitability of use
       3.6 Meter/regulator/service installations
       3.7 Electrical connections and components
       3.8 Mobile homes
       3.9 Hazardous locations
       3.10 Smoking
       3.11 Isolation of safety devices
       3.12 Leak detection
       3.13 Appliance clearances to combustible material
       3.14 Accessibility
       3.15 Outdoor installations
       3.16 Appliances in garages
       3.17 Appliance ductwork connections
       3.18 Combined heating systems
       3.19 Appliances protected by automatic
            fire-extinguishing systems
       3.20 Control of appliances with self-energized pilots
       3.21 Defective heat exchanges
       3.22 High altitude installations
       3.23 Protection of appliances from physical damage
    4. Pressure controls
       4.1 Pressure inside buildings
       4.2 Pressure regulators
       4.3 Line relief devices
       4.4 Reserved
       4.5 Venting of pressure control devices
       4.6 Appliance and pilot pressure regulators
    5. Piping and tubing systems, hose, and fittings
       5.1 General
       5.2 Material
       5.3 Size
       5.4 Volume of gas to be used for sizing piping
            and tubing systems
       5.5 Allowable pressure and pressure drop
       5.6 Extensions
       5.7 Location
       5.8 Piping practices
       5.9 Joints and connections
       5.10 Branch piping outlets
       5.11 Appliance connections
       5.12 Piping outlets
       5.13 Drip and dirt pockets
       5.14 Prohibited practices
       5.15 Underground piping and tubing
       5.16 Protection of piping and tubing
       5.17 Identification of piping or tubing
       5.18 Manual shut-off valves
       5.19 Manual reset valves
       5.20 Hose and hose fittings
       5.21 Connectors
       5.22 Testing of piping, tubing, hose and fittings
       5.23 Purging of piping and tubing systems and hose
            after leak testing
       5.24 Purging other than that done after leak testing
       5.25 Generations
       5.26 Roof-top gas piping and tubing
       5.27 Inspection
    6. Installation of specific types of appliances
       6.1 Boilers
       6.2 Pressure boosters
       6.3 Carbon dioxide generators
       6.4 Commercial type clothes dryers
       6.5 Domestic type clothes dryers
       6.6 Conversions
       6.7 Conversion burners
       6.8 Conversion of warm air furnaces
       6.9 Conversion of ranges
       6.10 Counter appliances
       6.11 Direct vent appliances
       6.12 Furnaces used with cooling units
       6.13 Central furnaces
       6.14 Downflow furnaces
       6.15 Duct furnaces
       6.16 Horizontal furnaces
       6.17 Wall furnaces (recessed heaters)
       6.18 Construction heaters
       6.19 Direct-fired door air heaters
       6.20 Direct-fired make-up air heaters (DFMAH)
       6.21 Infra-red heaters
       6.22 Room heaters
       6.23 Decorative appliances and gas logs
       6.24 Swimming pool heaters
       6.25 Water heaters
       6.26 Unit heaters
       6.27 Hot plates
       6.28 Incinerators
       6.29 Lighting
       6.30 Commercial cooking appliance
       6.31 Residential type ranges
       6.32 Refrigerators
       6.33 Stationary gas engines
    7. Venting systems and air supply for appliances
       7.1 General
       7.2 Air supply determination for central heating
            furnaces, boilers, and hot water heaters
       7.3 Air supply openings and ducts
       7.4 Air supply requirements for appliances having
            inputs exceeding 400 000 bruh (120kW)
       7.5 Air supply dampers, louvres and grilles
       7.6 Conditions created by exhaust fans, air supply
            fans, circulating fans, or fireplaces
       7.7 Engineered installations
       7.8 Air supply by mechanical means
       7.9 Appliance venting
       7.10 Methods of venting appliances
       7.11 Vent and chimney requirements
       7.12 Chimneys
       7.13 Vent and chimney sizing
       7.14 Vent and chimney termination
       7.15 Vent and chimney support
       7.16 Vents and chimneys serving two or more appliances
       7.17 Vents outside buildings
       7.18 Vent connectors
       7.19 Chimney connections
       7.20 Size and height of interconnected vent connectors
       7.21 Multi-storey venting
       7.22 Dampers and attachments
       7.23 Draft hoods
       7.24 Venting arrangements
       7.25 Draft regulators
       7.26 Automatic vent damper or automatic flue damper
       7.27 Manual operated flue dampers
       7.28 Installation of draft control devices
       7.29 Induced or forced draft devices
       7.30 Venting of appliances into canopies
       7.31 Heat reclaimers
    8. Natural gas compressors
       8.1 Installation of compressors
       8.2 Requirements for cylinders
       8.3 Cylinder filling
       8.4 Cylinders storage
       8.5 Cylinders connected for use
    9. Vehicle refuelling appliances without storage
       9.1 Installation
       9.2 Pressure relief devices and other vents/
            vent lines
       9.3 Piping, tubing, and hose
       9.4 Testing of piping, hose and fittings
       9.5 Installation of safety equipment, signs and/or
            symbols
       9.6 Refuelling of vehicles
    Appendix A
    Appendix B
    Appendix C
    Appendix D
    Appendix E
    Appendix F

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    Applies to the installation of appliances, equipment, components and accessories where gas is to be used for fuel purposes; the installation of piping and tubing systems extending from the termination of the utility installation; and NGV refuelling stations which may be employed for fleet and public dispensing operations.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Canadian Gas Association
    Status Superseded

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    CSA C22.2 No. 3 : 1988 : R2014 ELECTRICAL FEATURES OF FUEL-BURNING EQUIPMENT
    ANSI Z21.77 : 2005 : R2015 MANUALLY OPERATED PIEZO-ELECTRIC SPARK GAS IGNITION SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
    CNG FUEL INSPECTOR RESOURCE PACKAGE : 2013 CONSISTS OF ANSI NGV 1-2006/CSA NGV 1-2006, COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS VEHICLE (NGV) FUELING CONNECTION DEVICES; ANSI PRD 1-2013, PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES FOR NATURAL GAS VEHICLE (NGV) FUEL CONTAINERS; ANSI NGV 2-2007, COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS VEHICLE FUEL CONTAINERS; ANSI NGV 2A-2012, ADDENDA 1 TO ANSI NGV 2-2007, COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS VEHICLE FUEL CONTAINERS AND ANSI NGV 2B-2012
    CGA 6.8 : M95 ADDENDA B 2000 GAS FILTERS ON APPLIANCES
    CGA 6.23 : M95 ADDENDA B 2004 MANUALLY OPERATED PIEZO-ELECTRIC SPARK GAS IGNITION SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
    CGA 6.21 : 1997 : INC : ADD B : 2010 : R2016 GAS APPLIANCE SEDIMENT TRAPS
    CSA C22.2 No. 3 : 1988 : R2004 ELECTRICAL FEATURES OF FUEL-BURNING EQUIPMENT
    CSA 6.23 : 2005 : R2015 MANUALLY OPERATED PIEZO-ELECTRIC SPARK GAS IGNITION SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
    CGA 3.2 : 1976 INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL GAS-FIRED PACKAGE FURNACES
    ANSI Z21.79 : 1997 : INC : ADD B : 2010 : R2012 GAS APPLIANCES SEDIMENT TRAPS
    ANSI Z21.79 : 1997 : INC : ADD B : 2010 : R2017 GAS APPLIANCES SEDIMENT TRAPS
    ANSI Z21.77 : 2005 MANUALLY OPERATED PIEZO-ELECTRIC SPARK GAS IGNITION SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
    ANSI Z21.79 : 1997 : R2012 GAS APPLIANCES SEDIMENT TRAPS
    CSA 6.23 : 2005 MANUALLY OPERATED PIEZO-ELECTRIC SPARK GAS IGNITION SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
    CGA 3.4 : 1973 : R2009 INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL GAS-FIRED CONVERSION BURNERS
    ANSI Z21.79 : 1997 : INC : ADD A : 2005 : R2012 GAS APPLIANCES SEDIMENT TRAPS
    CGA 3.4 : 1973 : R2015 INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL GAS-FIRED CONVERSION BURNERS
    CGA 6.21 : 1997 : INC : ADD A : 2005 GAS APPLIANCE SEDIMENT TRAPS
    ANSI Z21.40.1 : 1996 : INC : ADD A : 1997 : R2017 GAS-FIRED, HEAT ACTIVATED AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMP APPLIANCES
    CGA 6.21 : 1997 : R2012 GAS APPLIANCE SEDIMENT TRAPS
    CSA C22.2 No. 63 : 1993 HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
    ANSI Z21.40.1 : 1996 : R2012 GAS-FIRED, HEAT ACTIVATED AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMP APPLIANCES
    ANSI Z21.40.1 : 1996 : INC : ADD A : 1997 : R2012 GAS-FIRED, HEAT ACTIVATED AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMP APPLIANCES
    ANSI Z21.40.1 : 1996 GAS-FIRED, HEAT ACTIVATED AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMP APPLIANCES
    ANSI Z21.40.2 : 1996 : INC : ADD A : 1997 : R2017 GAS-FIRED, WORK ACTIVATED AIR-CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMP APPLIANCES (INTERNAL COMBUSTION)
    ANSI Z21.40.2 : 1996 : INC : ADD A : 1997 : R2012 GAS-FIRED, WORK ACTIVATED AIR-CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMP APPLIANCES (INTERNAL COMBUSTION)
    CSA C22.2 No. 63 : 1993 : INC : UPD 6 : 2012 : R200800 HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
    CSA C22.2 No. 63 : 1993 : R2013 HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
    CSA B140.11 : 1989 : R1995 OIL/GAS-FIRED COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL PRESSURE WASHERS AND STEAM CLEANERS
    CGA B105 : 1993 CODE FOR DIGESTER GAS AND LANDFILL GAS INSTALLATIONS
    CGA 3.4 : 1973 INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL GAS-FIRED CONVERSION BURNERS
    CSA B140.11 : 1989 : R2014 OIL/GAS-FIRED COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL PRESSURE WASHERS AND STEAM CLEANERS
    CGA 6.21 : 1997 GAS APPLIANCE SEDIMENT TRAPS
    CSA B140.11 : 1989 : R2005 OIL/GAS-FIRED COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL PRESSURE WASHERS AND STEAM CLEANERS
    CAN/CSA-F326:1991(R2010) Residential Mechanical Ventilation Systems
    CSA F326 : 1991 : R2014 RESIDENTIAL MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEMS
    CSA F326 : 1991 : R2005 RESIDENTIAL MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEMS
    CGA 2.29 : 1997 : R2014 HAND-HELD TORCHES FOR FUEL GASES
    CGA 2.29 : 1997 : R2010 HAND-HELD TORCHES FOR FUEL GASES
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