Extreme Cold Can Expose Problems With Your Boiler Systems

When the temperature outside drops to extremes, there are several common issues that can develop in your boiler room (and outside too!). Boilers and other fuel-burning equipment require fresh outside air for proper combustion. During sub-zero weather, the air that is drawn into your mechanical room can freeze piping, including water lines, steam condensate return lines and condensate drain lines. It is imperative to ensure that your boiler room is properly heated, and any piping that may be exposed to the cold air must be protected to prevent freezing. Insulation and/or heat tracing are common solutions. You may also notice that your boiler runs constantly during cold weather. If it runs

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June 2018


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