On Monday, June 2, 2014 8:11:48 AM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
A more direct comparison, there are God knows how many
automatic startup nat gas generators installed right next
to homes all over the country. Complete with permits, new
gas lines run from the meter, etc. They don't have anything
special with regard to exhaust, it just comes out the side of the
cabinet. And how many people running gasoline generators
right outside the house during power outages? Never heard
one of them where there was a problem with CO, unless they
ran it in the garage, or maybe did something else like
left it right outside an open garage door, with the wind blowing
it back inside. If you have a nat gas generator outside
a normal house, windows closed, I can't imaging how you'd
have a CO hazard.
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And I know how to SNIP
Around here the meters are installed next to the driveway. Most times
without any kind of bollards. People like to crash into them on occasion.
One poster stated they had plastic pipe run above ground. IDK about that. I
doubt it is gas.
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