Propane through floor
I'm looking to mount and run my propane soon. Going to make the run as short as possible, so my stove is mounted above the water heater, nothing else using propane right now. The plan is black pipe under the bus and flexible copper inside.
My question, though, is how do I go through the floor and secure it? I was considering a floor flange, but I'm reading that these are not designed to hold the gas, but are instead used to run a pipe through. This kind of defeats the purpose of the floor flange to begin with, then.
Another option is simply run the black pipe through the floor, but how do I secure it so it doesn't bounce around or pull loose?
Pictures of your current setup and suggestions would be much appreciated!
Build thread: https://www.skoolie.net/forums/f11/bus-down-by-the-river-26371.html