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The effects of fresh water and near-boiling water on iron pipe.
Boiler manufacturer Weil-McLain is recalling its Ultra models 80, 105, 155 and 230 MBH Ultra Series gas-fired boilers used for space heating. A cap on the boilers’ manifold can crack and release gas into the home, posing a risk of fire and explosion.
The series has efficiencies of up to 98% to reduce energy consumption and help achieve lower cost of ownership.
The control provides auto diagnostics of all major components and functions. Back-lit visual readouts include water flow sensor and supply, flue and tank temperature for immediate system feedback.
I am not sure whether it was divine intervention or just plain luck that allowed these brave firefighters to walk away from this.
As an industry, we have to move beyond judging the quality of a hydronic system based solely on the heat source.
An old, cast-iron pipe, with the slightest amount of water in it for two winters can crack laterally and for quite a few feet.
The heating system for this hunting lodge complex includes a wood-gasification boiler, radiant floor heating and hydronic unit heaters.
One of the things I have learned about this industry is that no matter how much you think you know, things can still surprise and humble you
Shower valves, magnets, containing pipe dope spills- Tool tips for March 2014
Session added to April 9-11 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo.Read More
With proper design, you can create systems that require supply water temperatures no higher than 120° F under design load conditions.Read More