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Posted by Dean Mitchell on October 21, 2004 at 02:32:32:
In Reply to: Re: HB smith boiler, tigerloop question posted by Fred on July 13, 2004 at 19:23:12:
: : : Thanks for the reply, the oil level in the tigerloop is getting higher, about an inch from the top right now, is this normal?
: : => Yes, it is normal as air is settled out of the bowl.
: Is it normal to have no air in the bowl and all oil?
Concerning Oil level in the Oil De-Aerator -
The level of oil in the oil de-aerator may vary depending on the installation conditions. For example, with an air-tight suction line and air-free oil where the oil tank is placed higher than the burner, the air pocket in the de-aerator may slowly disappear until it is completely filled with oil. IMPORTANT! This is not a problem. The oil de-aerator is functioning correctly. As conditions change and air enters the system, an air pocket will again form in the de-aerator.
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