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Any hidden flex gas line, regardless of manufacture must be protected against nails and damage. So the holes must be drilled in center of wall studs, and metal plates must be placed on edge of studs where these holes are located to prevent screws, or rock nails from putting holes in the pipe.
Its a pretty expensive pipe system however. You may wnat to consider steel black pipe instead.
Also only approved gas lines such as Gastite, Ward and a few others can be buried within walls. The gray flex lines that oftentimes connects the stove or dryer to the pipe fitting next to the wall to the appliance cannot be installed through any wall or framing opening. We see this a lot where people will have the gas pipe located below the floor and then run the flex pipe through a hole in the floor up to the appliance. Big no-no.
In any case, I would contact your local township code inforcement office and ask them directly. However I am sure there is no reason why you cannot use this other then being certified to install and purchase it.
You do not have to be a licensed plumber also to get this certification. Speak with the supplier that sells it and they can arrange for you the class and test you need to take to get this certificate. Only taks about one hour of class plus the 15 min test. Real simple.