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Posted by Teee33 on January 24, 2004 at 08:19:53:
In Reply to: Desperately need single pipe steam expert. posted by John P. Doran on January 24, 2004 at 03:05:04:
On a single pipe system, you have both steam and water in the same pipe. Every pipe needs to run on a downhill slant so the steam can rise, condense or give up it's heat, the condensate then returns to the boiler in the same pipe as the steam rose. If the pipe is not on a downhill slope, you will get loud banging from the condensate coming under steam pressure.
The water level is due to a malfunctioning water level controller, if you have one? If you do not have one, let me advise to get one.
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