Discuss Plastic section on gas pipe entering property... in the Gas Engineers Forum area at Plumbers Forums

Messages
14
Hi everyone,

I've recently moved into a new property and had a lot of interference on our TV and Audio equipment, following advice I had our earth changed from PME to 8ft rod and it improved a lot but is still not perfect (the theory is the big factory located near our property is putting frequency into the wiring etc, if you're an audiophile you'll understand). We've been advised to change a section of our incoming gas pipe to plastic so it's no longer conductive, question is how much will something like that cost and what does it involve?

Thank you!
 
It might already be plastic incoming as there’s upgrading from steel to plastic due to leaks

What audio equipment is causing / showing the issue

And what was the leakage / ma on the earth system pme
 
It might already be plastic incoming as there’s upgrading from steel to plastic due to leaks

What audio equipment is causing / showing the issue

And what was the leakage / ma on the earth system pme
It's a very old house so I doubt it but I'll take a look thank you, actually I think the PME was bonded to it so probably not plastic.

Just my stereo with valve amp.

That info is above my paygrade as someone that just paid a a sparky to hammer a copper pole in the ground lol
 
Last edited:
OFFICIAL SPONSORS

New Threads

Back
Top
AdBlock Detected

We get it, advertisements are annoying!

Sure, ad-blocking software does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks useful features of our website. For the best site experience please disable your AdBlocker.

I've Disabled AdBlock