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Is Water Flowing Unrestricted from the Boiler to the Level Indicator?

Updated: Feb 10

Our very own Reliance Boiler Trim Product Manager, Jim Kolbus, recently published an article in American Boiler Manufacturers Association's publication, Today's Boiler. Read the full article, Is Water Flowing Unrestricted from the Boiler to the Level Indicator?, in the January edition of Today's Boiler by clicking the link below.


The consequences of a restricted water feed pipe to a primary or secondary low-water device can have devastating results. As many business operations were idled during the pandemic, it may be an especially important time to inspect a boiler’s external piping that feeds the water level indicators and low-water devices.


Restrictions or contamination may develop over time in the water piping that is connecting a gage glass, water column, low-water fuel cutout, or remote level indicator. If a restriction becomes significant, it will result in a false level indication or potentially trapped level in the externally mounted instrument. Read the full article by clicking here.


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