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GAS PIPE SIZING To provide adequate gas pressure to the gas unit, size the gas piping as follows: 1. Find the cu. ft./hr. by using the following formula:   Cu. ft./hr. =Input   &n
Date Added: 11/7/2006 - Similar Articles



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  Gas Pipe Sizing [view]
  GAS PIPE SIZING To provide adequate gas pressure to the gas unit, size the gas piping as follows: 1. Find the cu. ft./hr. by using the following formula:   Cu. ft./hr. =Input   &n
Date Added: 11/7/2006 - Similar Articles


  28A and 28HE Stack Temperature Check [view]
  Bulletin # 06.1SB June 20, 2006 Checking stack temperature is one of the simplest and least expensive methods to use to verify whether your boiler/burner unit is operating efficiently and within i
Date Added: 11/7/2006 - Similar Articles


  THERMAL SHOCK (white paper) [view]
  THERMAL SHOCK   “Boiler Thermal Shock” can be loosely defined as sudden thermal change that occurs within the boiler causing rapid and uneven expansion and contraction of a boiler’s structure.&
Date Added: 10/23/2006 - Similar Articles


  How to Install SalesAgent and Specifiers [view]
  How to Install SalesAgent and Specifiers Enter CD into Computer Make sure Computer is connected to the Internet  Enter your SalesAssistant User Name and Password. If you do not have an acco
Date Added: 10/19/2006 - Similar Articles


  The SpacePak Difference: An Explanation of SpacePak's Features and Benefits [view]
  For most homeowners, choosing the right air conditioning system can be a difficult decision. Not only is there a wide variety to choose from, but also many of us don't possess the knowledge to underst
Date Added: 11/1/2006 - Similar Articles



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