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Posted by catalina callejas on June 04, 2001 at 06:09:34:

In Reply to: Re: RETUBING A SCOTCH MARINE BOILER posted by Troy on April 10, 2001 at 21:27:01:

: : : Can someone please explain the procedure for removing the tubes from a Scotch Marine Boiler. Is there any difference in the procedure if it's a dry back compared to a wetback. I recently had this question asked of me during an oral exam for my Second Class Engineers License in the Commonwealth of MA.
: : : The inspector obviously didn't agree with my answer. I got ninety days to think it over. Thanks for the help in advance.

: : Hi Jay,
: : I have around 20 years experience with reactors/boilers and
: : would be glad to give you an answer. Send me an e-mail address because the
: : answer is sort of long. THen I'll mail you the answer.

: : Shawn Ballee:

: Hi just wondering if you got your answers to your retubing question. I'm new to the web site and need help bidding on a job to replace 206 tubes in a Kewanee boiler. Let me know how you came out. Thanks Troy

If you had not your answer, contact me with an e-mail .

I may help you.

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