Posted by Frank on January 10, 2000 at 09:22:15:
In Reply to: Re: Steam-Pressure Question posted by Harold Kestenholz - Hydronic Network on January 09, 2000 at 14:59:45:
To answer your question, yes. I bought the HOme 1 year ago. I purchased a new thermostat and set the anticipator properly @.4, corresponding to my natural gas valve. Does it matter if the main vents are from different manufacturers, and would it help my problem if I were to install different size main vents. Currently I have Hoffman 4A's Right near the boiler and Vent-Rite 85's at the end of mains just before they go upstairs. Myth or not. I read somewhere that to improve venting, it would help to have two valves on larger radiators. I would do this But my whole concern here is, I don't know if I am producing enough steam. When I compare the boilers by Relieving steam from the pressure relieve valve. The boiler to the downstairs apartment blasts out almost twice as forceful as the upstairs apartment. What do you think?
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