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Posted by Elmer romero on October 23, 2002 at 20:27:31:
In Reply to: SteamMaster boiler posted by C. Chisesi on October 21, 2002 at 16:46:37:
: To whom it may concern,
: I have a healthclub client with a problem with a SteamMaster boiler. 2 boilers are used for steam room in men's and women's looker rooms, 1 for each steam room. 3/4 in copper supply line. Water chemistry is ph 7.0 hardness is 3-4 gpg with matching TDS of 70. Slight chlorine approx. 1.0-1.5. Municipal water. Problem is excess build-up of minerals even though blowdown occurs twice daily. Blowdown water tests out at ph 6.5. at drain. Am looking to see if water softening could help solve buid-up problem. Problem occuring at unit, not necessarily in steam room. There is no chemical feed. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Craig S. Chisesi Fontus Enterprises LLC
Soft water will definitly fix part of your problem, since chemicals can not be used in your boiler, there will be still be alittle deposit afterall.
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