Posted by B.T.Bill on May 13, 2001 at 01:08:28:
In Reply to: LOCATING FEEDWATER TREATMENT INLET posted by MIKE on May 06, 2001 at 15:19:20:
: I AM GOING TO BE INSTALLING FEEDWATER TREATMENT LINES TO 3 LOW PRESSURE BOILERS I AM GOING TO TAP INTO THE FEEDWATER LINE ADD A BALL VALVE, CHECK VALVE, THEN A CONNECTOR TO ACCEPT THE POLY TUBING THAT GOES BACKTO A PORPORTIONAL PUMP TO DELIVER THE CHEMICALS TO THE BOILERS WHAT DO YOU THINK, AM I MISSING ANYTHING?
: I agree with Vern on the stainless tubing. It's not that expensive or hard to install. The only thing you left out was what type of chemicals or how many you were putting in. Example: You would want to inject Sulfite into the D.A. but Boiler Phosphate into the boiler or into the feed line like you state. Other than that, test your water regularly and your plan sounds fine.
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