Is there a flush, floor mount for the flex hose for hooking up a
propane, gas range?
In other words can you put the flex hose through a hole in the floor
to its hook up, instead of having a big, permanent "piece" sticking up
through the floor?- there is no wall.
Even if it is legal, which I doubt, I still wouldn't do it. A flex hose
will be less abrasion-resistant than thickwall pipe.
Having said that, I know that several countries elsewhere in the world
routinely use coiled copper for gas lines.
Many ranges are designed so that the gas connection can come up from the
floor within the back few inches of the range while still allowing it to
be placed flush with the wall or whatever material is behind it. Check
the range or its manufacturer's specifications.
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