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🧡 Harvey PTFE Thread - 017065 Line Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5Β Β 
🧰 Industrial Sealants, πŸ”’ Tapes, Adhesives & Sealants

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Description of 🧡 Harvey PTFE Thread - 017065 Line

TAPE. Imported. Yellow gas line thread seal tape with PTFE. Extra heavy, full density PTFE tape especially for gas lines. Recommended leakproof sealant for lines carrying natural gas, propane, butane; and water, oil, and chemical installations. Use on pipe, conduit, vales, bolts, anything with a thread. Permits easy disassembly.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Good product, preferably 2-4 turns around the thread

For sealing the gas lines of a flow heater. 2-4 turns around the thread made the seat nice and tight! It's been a few months since I installed it myself and I haven't smelled any gas or an explosion, so it's obviously working. Before you try to do anything on the gas lines, do your homework! I've never done anything with gas before and did a lot of research before attempting to disassemble and reassemble the lines. Be smart kids!

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great product for gas lines. Use only on fittings that require it.

I needed to replace the gas solenoid valve on my Coachmen Capri trailer. I also replaced the regulator and hoses. This tape worked great on fittings that required tape. I've read that gas line tape is thicker and made specifically for gas lines. This product seemed to have good reviews. I have not used it for flare fittings, but I have used it for straight threaded gas line connections (manifold hose to regulator, gas line inlet to gas valve and gas valve outlet. Flexible hose connections to…

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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Liquid PTFE thread sealant works MUCH better!

This thing gets stuck in the threads and breaks into a few small pieces. So if you ever unscrew the attached hardware, it's almost impossible to remove it properly. If you then screw everything back together, perhaps with new tape on the easier-to-clean male end, all the tiny bits will be pushed out of the much harder-to-clean female end, contaminating the gas line and potentially damaging any equipment connected. or at best clog the filter. I had a propane distribution system that consisted of

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