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    Jan 03, 2010 · You want to minimize the amount of time either valve sits between 0-10% open. When the valves spend a lot of time just cracked open, the steam eats away the seats of the valve. We typically use the 1/3 valve first 0-. If the 1/3 valve remains …Learn More

  • Wood fired boilers? - The Unofficial Mamod & Other Steam Forum

    May 31, 2010 · Well if you have a boiler with fire tubes and a strong draft you could burn wood but wood does burn a lot faster coal and not as hot. Steam, ex-Soviet machinery, bugs, music, physics and chemistry. Maybe something more. In fact, wood burning boilers work quite well.Learn More

  • Steam Boiler Issues - WorldWebs

    Mar 18, 2019 · If you fill it up to the bottom of the steam pipe coming out of the top of the boiler, there's a very small surface area exposed to the air so the water shouldn't be able to reabsorb a lot of oxygen. So your tank will be full of low oxygen water and the inner walls aren't exposed to a lot of oxygen.Learn More

  • Steam boiler flooding — Heating Help: The Wall

    Check that the probe is properly seated (no tape or pipe dope) in the boiler. Run though the testing and trouble shooting directions in the manual. The most likely problem is that the solenoid in the feeder is stuck open -- but there are a number of other possibilities, so check thoroughly first. Br. Jamie, osb.Learn More

  • Wood Boilers and Furnaces - Hearth.com Forums Home

    Jun 14, 2021 · The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces. Active since 1995, Hearth.com is THE place on the internet for free information and advice about wood stoves, pellet stoves and other energy saving equipment. We strive to provide opinions, articles, discussions and history related to Hearth Products and in a more general sense, energy issues.Learn More

  • Wood fired boilers? - The Unofficial Mamod & Other Steam Forum

    May 31, 2010 · Well if you have a boiler with fire tubes and a strong draft you could burn wood but wood does burn a lot faster coal and not as hot. Steam, ex-Soviet machinery, bugs, music, physics and chemistry. Maybe something more. In fact, wood burning boilers work quite well.Learn More

  • Boiler — MoneySavingExpert Forum

    Sep 03, 2020 · Boiler. Bought a house which is a bit of a project and in need of renovation, this will include installing new kitchen. Boiler which is in the kitchen was installed in 2010, Glow Worm 30cxi combination boiler. Nothing exciting but seems to work fine at the moment.Learn More

  • Opinions on Halstead boilers? — Digital Spy

    Jan 27, 2007 · Recent Discussions; [Deleted User] Posts: 89. Forum Member. 27/01/07 - 19:22 in Advice #1. Yes, I know, another central heating/boiler thread! I'm looking to get a combi boiler in, and my local plumber has recommended a Halstead Eden CBX, on the grounds that it is quiet (the boilers going in a bedroom cupboard). This model also comes with a Learn More

  • Boilers - DoItYourself.com Community Forums

    6. >. Last ». Threads in Forum: Boilers - Home Heating Steam and Hot Water Systems. Forum Tools Search this Forum. Views: 956,599 Announcement: Moderator Positions Available For Qualified Professionals. Liming Sharp Advice. Views: 845,131 Announcement: Do It Yourself.Com Web Sites Rules, Posting Content and Policies. Liming Sharp Advice.Learn More

  • Best New Steam boiler — Heating Help: The Wall

    The key to condensing boilers is to have the return water -and if possible the supply water- temperatures below the dewpoint of the flue gas. By "collapsing" the volume of flue gas, more heat is extracted for your living space. Steam as you know has to be 212F and higher for pressure. "Condensing Steam Boiler" is a contradiction in terms.Learn More

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    6. >. Last ». Threads in Forum: Boilers - Home Heating Steam and Hot Water Systems. Forum Tools Search this Forum. Views: 956,599 Announcement: Moderator Positions Available For Qualified Professionals. Kefid Sharp Advice. Views: 845,131 Announcement: Do It Yourself.Com Web Sites Rules, Posting Content and Policies. Kefid Sharp Advice.Learn More

  • Boiler Repair - Miller Welding Discussion Forums

    Jun 09, 2007 · Boiler Repair. Kefid07, 08:20 PM. We got a call last night from the local University. They had a boiler start leaking. We got there this moring and found a 1/4" hole in the bottom next to a handway. We drained it down and removed the handway. we then drove a drift punch in the hole and welded around it.Learn More

  • Forum: Boilers – Hydronic, Steam

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  • carbon vs. stainless in condensing boilers

    Sep 20, 2004 · The carbon tubes being proposed is twice as thick as the 316L stainless tubes and comes with a longer warranty. I'm just not sure what is the correct decision based on corrosion potential and which one would last longer? The boiler is a ASME Section IV design with 30 psig operating pressure.Learn More

  • Wood fired boilers? - The Unofficial Mamod & Other Steam Forum

    May 31, 2010 · Well if you have a boiler with fire tubes and a strong draft you could burn wood but wood does burn a lot faster coal and not as hot. Steam, ex-Soviet machinery, bugs, music, physics and chemistry. Maybe something more. In fact, wood burning boilers work quite well.Learn More

  • The Boiler Room at Boilerroom.com Complete On-Line Boiler

    Renewable Energy Discussion Forum Dedicated to wood fired boilers, solar, wind, hydroelectric, and other renewable energy technologies. On-Line Career Center: If your company is looking to hire or you are looking for a new position we offer both a FREE resume placement board and …Learn More

  • Look at all those boilers… - NavWeaps Forums

    Jun 17, 2021 · Look at all those boilers…. Princess Royal 42 boilers. Given the limits imposed by manual stoking there must be an approximate maximum power per stoker / trimmer pair (or furnace door) at any time / level of development. IIRC the QEs had about 140 less propulsion crew than they would have had given coal firing, the figure is in the thesis on Learn More

  • Steam Boiler: To Drain or Not To Drain? archived

    Dec 02, 2010 · Dec 2, 2010 at 8:23am. You only need to drain the boiler once a year, as part of your regular pre-heating-season maintenance. Whenever you introduce fresh water into the system, you bring in oxygen, as well, and this increases the corrosion of the system. (You get more rust.) You need to drain the boiler periodically to get rid of the rust that Learn More

  • 1 pipe Steam boilers | DIY Home Improvement Forum

    Jan 04, 2010 · steam boiler Hi, Thanks so much for getting back to me about my boiler that is a nightmare in itself. Yes we do have a new digital thermostat and I have called the rep for peerless boilers and he seems to think the problem maybe with the thermostat.I cant even begin to tell you how many times the man who installed the boiler has been to my house.Learn More

  • Steam Boiler Discussion Forum - facebook.com

    This group is intended for knowledge sharing about steam boiler and steam sytems technology.Learn More