Posted by BoilingMan on July 16, 2001 at 08:18:52:
In Reply to: Magnetic Water Treatment posted by Tony Conner on July 15, 2001 at 08:07:26:
: The revised regulations (first overhaul in decades) that have just come into force in Ontario that cover boilers (among other things) doesn't specifically ban magetic water treatment devices. However this is what it says:
: "41. A registered boiler shall be provided with water conditioning services that meet the analysis and treatment recommendations of the boiler's manufacturer and that are provided by
the plant operating staff or contractor based on a scheduled procedure that it logged."
: All the magnetic & ion stick guys have to do is A: get a boiler manufacturer to specifically identify their devices as approved for use on their boilers, and B: devise a test procedure that can verify that the unit is functioning as intended, and allow the results to be logged for review by the inspector. I think that the chances of either one of these happening (let alone both) is pretty slim.
I Fully agree with You in Paragraph "B", but not
with Paragraph "A". I don't think the boiler manufacturers should approve that kind or any kind of water treatment, as far as condition of water satisfy their requirements. May be Insurance companies.
I believe the guys from magnetic or whatsoever should take responsibility for TOTAL water treatment, as usually chemical company do.
And this probably will never happen!
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