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it is used for beer storage
2.jacket: dimple jacket
3.insulation layer: PU
4.as to the thickness, we can make it according to your requirement.
2.CIP spraying ball
1.we can supply various kinds of volume, minimum 50L, maximun 10,000L and even larger.
2.PU insulation is adopted
3.interior surface is 3A finish and exterior is 2B finish
4.competitive price and also higher quality tank.
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Q:what is the purpose of a boiler?
Q:Cant bleed radiator ive tried so shall I bleed the boiler if so will it fill back up itself?
Why can't you bleed the radiator? Do you have a radiator key? Is the valve stuck or missing? If so, it really needs fixed. The valve is also a safety thing. Bleeding the boiler will remove trapped air from the system overall and should help. But then, when it's fired back up, all the radiators should also be bled. As to the automatic refill, it depends on the system. Look at the inlet water pipe (usually directly above the boiler) and see whether the valve is opened or closed. If it's already opened, the system should refill automatically after bleeding. If the valve is closed, you'll have to manually open it to refill the boiler, then close it again when the boiler is filled.
Q:why does my boiler send hot water through my baseboards when the thermostat and the circulator are off?
ithe zone valve may be stock try to close it and then check heaters,good luck.
Q:my room thermostat is saying it is lit but the boiler starts then cuts out after 5 mins please help?
some tmes heaters cut in and out and they are working its just the way they work, maybe its the same thing?
Q:what will happen if many boiler tubes are blind?
Edited In a high pressure water tube power boiler, if just a single boiler tube becomes even partially internally encrusted with a deposit, long before it becomes plugged or blind the metal at the location can become overheated and weakened to the point of failure. This is because the tube internal fouling (scaling) will act as an insulation to retard the heat of the fire from being transferred into the water. The water and steam actually cool the tube. These types of vertical, water (inside the) tube boilers are not constructed so that individual tubes can be intentionally plugged for operation. A deffective tube will be replaced during the boiler inspection and maintanence when it is out of service. Boiler feed water is treated to remove dissolved minerals so that there is nothing in it to deposit. Scaling is more of a concern with higher pressure power boilers. Scaling was and is not as much of a concern with the other style of horizontal fire tube power boilers and water heaters. Here the water surrounds the tubes. These were the older lower temperature boilers used with the saw mills, steam ships and railroads and are still common. Those tubes could be intentionally plugged if a leak was found. Of course the plugging of leaking tubes would reduce the boiler capacity.
Q:i have an old house with radiators and no boiler. Replace boiler or full forced air installation, ducts etc.?
I like a ducted system because you can have central air. You should test the radiators ahead of time with compressed air to see if they are watertight. Either way, get rid of the electric heat.
Q:aqua stats for boiler question?
Electrically speaking, when a switch closes, it allows current to flow in a circuit. When a switch opens, current stops. Think of a light switch. When you flip it to on you are closing the switch. When you switch it to off you are opening the switch. Typically the pump will be controlled by the demand for heat; when the thermostat says heat the building, the pump starts up. If there is not enough heat, the boiler will fire. When there is enough heat in the boiler, the switch that opens on temp increase will kill the fire. You DO NOT want the opens on temp increase on your pump; you want the Close on Temp increase on the pump. Be sure all safety switches on the boiler function properly; high temp cutout, low water, high pressure cutout, high pressure relieve valve.
Q:Combi Boiler problem. Please Help?
on combi boilers if your water pressure runs to .750 or below it is bad for the boiler.... it can break it so as such it shuts down the and will not fire up... don't worry.. simply go to the boiler inlet tap ( you will find it where the water pipe goes into the boiler.. the cold feed) and turn it on until the gauge goes to 1.5 bar on the dial. The boiler will now fire up when hot water is demanded by tuning on the hot water tap....Don't stop there because it sound like you have a very slow water leak on one of your radiators or a pipe possibly. Have a good look you will also need to bleed your radiators and when doing so keep periodically looking at your boiler gauge as this will go down slightly when letting air out of your central heating system.. just keep re pressurising it up to 1.5 bar....that should do it Good luck
Q:Were there boiler explosions when the Titanic sank?
I could not say for sure; but in the movie, the boiler safety valves have been released. That is the loud steam noise coming from the stacks after the ship was stopped. If the safety valves had released the pressure and there were no additional fuel added (the stokers had abandoned the fire rooms), it is doubtful that any of the boilers exploded. Oil-fired boilers may explode not due to steam overpressure, but excessive combustion of fuel. Coal fired boilers boilers tended to explode due to overheating. For HMS Titanic's boilers to explode, they would have had to overheat. It is plausible that they did (by overheating). The fire rooms would have been amidships (many decks below the stacks) and may have overheated on the coal already in their fireboxes.
Q:What would cause bumps/bubbles on the tubing coming off a furnace/boiler?
if you are refering to the metal vent pipe that carries the exhaust fumes outside or to the chimney,,it sounds like it is starting to rust out from the inside...is the pipe new with the boiler or re-used from the old boiler?...does the pipe increase in size much from the size it is where it connects to the boiler?...newer boilers are higher efficient than the ones they replace,,usually around 82% or so...the exhaust gases are cooler exiting the boiler than previously,and therefore closer to their dewpoint,,so single wall vent pipe doesnt last as long,,esp if for some reason the boiler cycles are short,,not alowing the vent pipe to heat up and evaporate the initial condensation....probably best to have an hvac check it and advise you if there is a problem........dan