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  1. #14
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    i got registered with them late, only have the last few print copies, but have downloaded all the rest that apply to my world..
    my boss thinks its possible to repeal the laws of physics

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch4man View Post
    i got registered with them late, only have the last few print copies, but have downloaded all the rest that apply to my world..
    I have them all too, great stuff/info.
    Ask them to mail you the hard copies of the back issues.
    "Sometimes what's right is what's left after you do everything wrong"--Robin Williams

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechmanTerry View Post
    So, you purchased you 1st steam book. Because you have steam boilers for steam customers? So now I guess that you have mastered that 1st book and you are looking for more info. Try these.

    RSES-SAM#630-36 ,"Basic Safety Controls for Hot Water And Low Press Boilers"
    RSES-RSES Journal,Nov 2017-"Low-Pressure (steam) Low-Down"
    The NEWS- They have several articles, check out their archives.
    Dan Holohan-"The Lost Art of Steam Heating COMPANION"
    Dan Holohan- "A Pocketful of Steam Problems(with solutions)"
    Dan Holohan- "We Got Steam Heat"
    Dan Holohan- "Greening Steam"
    Dan Holohan- "E.D.R.-Ratings for Every Darn Radiator(and convector) you'll probably ever see"
    Dan Holohan-"Principles of Steam Heating"
    Patrick Linhardt-"Linhardt's Field Guide to Steam Heating"
    Burnham Boiler Co.- "Burnham Steam Seminar"
    Weil-McLain Boiler Co.- "Steam Heat Seminar" A part of W-M H.E.A.T. Technical Seminar on Steam Heat.
    McDonnell-Miller-"Basic Safety Controls for Low Pressure Steam Boilers"

    Then AFTER you have mastered these "Basic Books" there is a slightly more advanced Steam Info set of Literature available for you if you are so inclined.They are all a Fascinating Read. Babcock& Wilcox, Watts, Bell&Gossett(ITT)(Hoffman), Spirax/Sarco,New York Blower Co.
    , Watson McDanial,Barnes&Jones.And others


    All a Good Read!
    You up reading fasco facts at 5am this morning???? Helllo?

  5. #17
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    You will find that most boiler manufacturers have great help on their website.

    If you do oil, Becket has some great help as well.
    Can someone please explain to me -
    Why is there never enough time to do it right the first time, but plenty of time to do it twice?


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    Quote Originally Posted by psehunter View Post
    You up reading fasco facts at 5am this morning???? Helllo?
    Not this AM, I was out the door at 0445.On the job at 0515! Left there at 1:00 pm.

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