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Posted by steve on April 28, 2002 at 18:15:27:

In Reply to: Re: LOW WATER CONDITION posted by Mike on April 28, 2002 at 17:50:48:

Your Honeywell control does not have very much to do with shutting down your boiler in a low water condition that is the job of you your low water cut off which should be wired in series with your joperating circuit. If you are experiencing your boiler running in a lw water condition you really should have your low water cut offs checked before something really bad happens

We must have a misunderstanding. We are using Honeywell 7800 controllers for our boilers. Everything is automatic, but if I approach either boiler that is in a low-water condition, and I cannot find a water level, then I would act as I had written. Do you feel it would be a better practice to purge before executing a complete shut-down (fuel, gas, main steam stop vlv., & feedwater)? Also what exactly is Hydronic.net. I know it is a website, but there are many different areas to it.
: Thanks for your reply.
: Mike


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