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    Default Overhead oil delivery line.

    Does a copper oil line that runs overhead from the oil tank to the burner need to be in a protective sleeve like it would if it ran along the floor?

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    Default Re: Overhead oil delivery line.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Saucier View Post
    Does a copper oil line that runs overhead from the oil tank to the burner need to be in a protective sleeve like it would if it ran along the floor?
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    If is Subject to Physical Damage ( as along the floor would be subject to physical damage ) then Yes.
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    Default Re: Overhead oil delivery line.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Saucier View Post
    Does a copper oil line that runs overhead from the oil tank to the burner need to be in a protective sleeve like it would if it ran along the floor?
    If it leaves the environmentally controlled area it may need to be insulated. I am thinking of an installation that I saw that had the oil line running up and through the attic (looked like there was no other way to get it from the tank to the furnace).


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