(Outlet) exceeds 230°F 1 Check circulation pump operation 2 Assure that there is adequate flow through the by accessing the status menu and assuring that there is less than a 50°F rise from the return thermister to the thermister F06: Return (Inlet) Exceeded 230°F 1 Check circulation pump operation 2
For pressure vessels service is considered part of the vessel design conditions and the maximum is used to select allowable stress limits for the chosen vessel material Design is recorded on the pressure vessels data report and nameplate (Section VIII UG-119)
Once a starts to go over 212°F you can face serious problems Watch out for overheating If you notice that your s is going higher than the above settings you have a major problem If a has reached 220°F a sudden drop in pressure could cause the tank to burst Overheating also is the main cause of leaking
Hot Water (HTHW) According to ASME a Hot Water is an ASME Section I Power and includes any with a maximum exceeding 250°F and/or maximum pressures exceeding 160 PSIG In application HTHW systems refer to those designs where the temperatures exceed 350°F
The of specified by the code for steam other than those having lap seam construction which are not over 25 years old is equal to? of of 5 On the standard ringelman smoke chart a No 3 density indicates?