Type: Posts; User: rich pickering
Talk to your grundfos rep. They have a magna3 like that.
Always wondered about using a hydraulic pump.
Our design temp is -23f and we see -40.
These are the best gloves I've ever used for working.
Some bbq valves have a bypass built in for minimum fire. Problem with converting is, unless a new valve is used, Nat gas may not be able to sustain a flame on min, but it will still pass gas. ...
late to the party, sorry.
You don't need practice exams. You need to know the code, and the math for your trade. Four answers for each question, one right, one distractor, (seems plausible) and...
step down transformer?
Now for the second part of this discussion. I'm guessing that you don't feel right about playing with the valve. Good. Live and learn. Lots of stuff goes on like this all the time. Look at the...
You just messed with the internal parts of a gas valve. Just guessing, but I doubt that it will get below freezing in Oregon tonite. Cool kids and staff ain't life and death emergency.
But having a valve before the pressure relief valve isn't exactly the smartest idea.
Our design temp is -23f. We see -40f. That's actual temperature, not windchill. Natural gas is 60-70% cheaper than electricity.
Up here in my part of the great white north, there is no such thing as strip heat in commercial.
Hi all. Gasfitter A and B is now a Red Seal trade in Canada. I've started a thread in Licensing, Laws, Codes and Certification looking for comments.
It's currently -32c here. Saturday is supposed to be -3c. Anytime you want to move, let us know:yes:
Ned, shoot me an email if you want, I'll give you a number you can text if you have a quick question.
Talk to the suppliers of the baking and food handling equipment. That is standard off the shelf stuff for them. The bakery should be able to give you a reps name.
How far north? You need to get your hands on a magnahelic or manometer and check the pressures. Talk to your rep, he should be able to help.
ABS pipe. And the glue for that is a solvent.
we had a guy use a screwdriver as a temp rod. It worked.
how about doing work for the relatives of the owners of three different competitors.:grin2:
300,000 cast iron with an injection pump controlled by a tekmar.
Couldn't afford a coat of paint on the plywood?:whistle::grin2:
A boiler drain between the ball valve and the x-tank would be nice for service.
I seem to remember from a seminar that you have to make sure the manifold hasn't been twisted off axis. ( if that makes sense) there was a picture where the manifold and burners HAD BEEN REMOVED...
run a small flat blade screwdriver between the fins of the pilot run. IIRC you should be able to run a dime between them.
Are there problems? Yes. Pump orientation is one. But guess what guys. That piping is not responsible for the air getting in the system. There are thousands of systems that pump into the boiler...
"If it was a fuel gas, my money is on propane"
I've seen Nat gas do that. Guy in town decided to kill himself by gassing with Nat gas. Probably watched to many English movies. His problem was...