Just ordered a new Glem gas cooker (with gas oven). Also purchased two butane gas bottles, ready to install the cooker.
However, the hole through the wall from the kitchen to the adjacent barn (where the butane bottles are) is too small to accommodate a flexible pipe complete with fittings, and can’t be enlarged as it is a rental property.
So I require a length of tube, and the appropriate fittings, plus a detenteur to do it myself. I’ve seen, in the brico, the thin rubber tube with jubilee clips, which the assistant didn’t recommend for “safety reasons” - the inner diameter looked too small, anyway.
So I was thinking of 2 metres of the orange flexible tube, which I will fit with a nipple connector each end, once it is passed through the wall.
Amazon has a myriad of tubes/fittings/nipples, amongst which I am truly lost - I need nipples which will fit the diameter of the tube, which I assume will be around 8mm, or thereabouts. It is difficult ascertaining what the internal/external diameters are.
Anyone with experience of fiddling with gas fittings any ideas, please?