What color do you paint natural gas lines?
|Red||electric power lines, cables, conduit, and lighting cables|
|Orange||telecommunication, alarm or signal lines, cables, or conduit|
|Yellow||natural gas, oil, steam, petroleum, or other gaseous or flammable material|
|Green||sewers and drain lines|
Keeping this in view, can you paint natural gas pipe?
Do not paint unprimed gas piping, or it will reject the enamel. Unwashed gas piping may reject primer and paint. Do not use ordinary base primers on gas piping, or the new finish will chip. Hold an 8-inch space between the piping and spray nozzle at all times, or the final finish will sag.
Subsequently, question is, can you paint gas meters? Customers can paint their own meters provided they don't paint it black and they don't paint over the dials, glass, or any identification numbers.
Regarding this, do gas lines have to be painted yellow?
the entire piping or tubing system shall be painted yellow; the piping or tubing system shall be labelled or marked "GAS" or "PROPANE", as applicable, utilizing yellow labels or markings.
What kind of paint do you use on a gas pipe?
PG&E technician used "Battleship Gray" spray from Rustoleum (Marine Topside Paint) to paint my rusty gas pipes when he fixed the gas meter. However in the stores or even online I have only ever seen it as a brush-on paint, not the spray can. Use the brush on rustoleum. It is thick and covers well.