http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boiler Should be everything you need to know
NONE a boiler is a boiler and a water heater is a water heaterSEE ASME section IV or the NBBI
new boiler and hot water heater
Domestic coil in boiler better than electric water heater.
Labor alone for a residential boiler would be around $800 while a water heater would be around $210-$300. These are typical rates for Connecticut anyway.
Another word for heater is boiler, furnace, and radiator.
we can increase boiler efficiency by recovering the heat which is being carried by flue gases.by incorporating different things like Economizer, Air pre-heater , Super-heater and feed-water heater, we can there ll be notable increase in efficiency of boiler.
heater, boiler, oven
boiler lhs rhs front&rear wall bottem header and primary super heater secondary super heater and tertuary super heater headers are called pressure parts of aboiler
If you are using water and not steam there should be a temperature controller mounted in the side of the boiler, that is where the start and stop point of the boiler is controlled.
== == It is accomplished by adding an indirect fired water heater and controls.
It needs to be installed on each part of ontario gas code
You can find every part you need for your boiler at gasboilerspareparts.com
The water heater is a domestic device that is used to heat water for domestic purposes. A boiler on the other hand does not just heat the water but makes the water boil and turns it into steam.
Click on them to rotate them, until you have a path from the heater to the boiler. Jump into the steam to reach the high shelf.
Much more information needed. -Is this really a 'boiler' or a hot water heater, what is to repair etc. -Usually if a hot water heater tank is leaking it must be replaced. . . . Give proper information and get a better answer.
A combination boiler provide hot water to a central heating system whereas the multi-point water heater does not. The multi-point water heater provides hot water to multiple appliances or taps at the same time.
Yes. I would. If you are replacing the hot water lines, it is also a good time to drain the hot water heater and get rid of all the junk at the bottom of the hot water heater. That should be done once a year. Your hot water heater must be off when you do that, your hot water heater should be off when you drain your hot water heater. You will see boiler scale come out of your water heater. Leaving the boiler scale in your water heater makes it less efficient. It makes it harder to heat your water. It is the same as throwing money down the drain. If you want to give your money away, you should give it to the Salvation Army instead of the Utility Company.
Dishwasher should only connect to the hot water line. Here is no additional heater for the water so tt should be the same temperature of the water boiler of the house.
A water heater, a hot water tank, a geyser, a boiler.
Connect the domestic coil thru a tempering valve to the hot water pipes in your house and turn off the valves to your old hot water heater. You should include a shutoff valve so you can revert to the hot water heater when you have your coal boiler shut down.
The oil heater or cooker is helpful for cooking while on a camping trip. This invention has a base of the stove called a boiler plate. The boiler plate holds a coffee pot or other pots for oiling. Some oil heater have a removable oven for baking. Simeon Newsome inventor Oil Heater or Cooker Patented May 22, 1894 Detroit, Michigan
I would look up your boiler specs or maybe contact that boiler brand and they would be able to help you because your question can be for many different situations.
Add water to the boiler. You should have an automatic pressure reducing water make up valve, somewhere near the boiler. If it feeds directly into the boiler, make sure the boiler is cool when you add. Normal pressure on a cool boiler should be around 12 psi. The pressure will rise as the water is heated. You need a minimum of 1/2 psi for every foot of rise in the loop. So 12 psi in the basement will allow most systems to have a rise of appx 24 feet to the highest strip of baseboard. Remember, the pressure relief valve on the boiler lifts at 30 psi, so you need to stay well below that when the boiler is up to temperature.