Re: Compliance advice please.
PostPosted:Fri Jul 14, 2017 5:58 am
do i recall somewhere a rule that says 9kg gas and hose under 1.5 meters is legal without gas fitters certification
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What I would do is to get the gasfitter to remove the hob and then give him a cup of tea (and possibly a lie down). Then get him to install the hob and issue the certification currently required (a Certificate of Compliance and a Gas Safety Certificate). The certification would cover only the installation of the hob.RaymonD wrote:Okay, so to get my gas installation certified what do I have to do, given that the vehicle was set up with gas (LPG) connections to old appliances.
See my earlier post:starkid101 wrote:do i recall somewhere a rule that says 9kg gas and hose under 1.5 meters is legal without gas fitters certification
A small job such as replacing a regulator requires at least a Gas Safety Certificate with the Certificate of Compliance being an optional extra for "low risk" work.Karmann57 wrote:Just curious as to what the gas compliance "certificate" looks like? A couple of weeks ago I had a Gas Fitter come to check out a very weak flame on my stove, which I had attributed to poor gas quality. He fixed it by replacing the 10 year old regulator in the gas locker, but I have no certification paperwork to indicate compliance of the existing system
The invoice didn't contain the 'magic words"?Karmann57 wrote:Minnie, all I got was an invoice for $100 for the regulator and 30 minutes work