Avoid frozen air lines. If you do not have operating compressed air, your Clean Burn furnace will not operate.
Humidity or condensation in your shop can materialize as water inside your air compressor lines. On very cold days, especially if your air lines are outside, or along a non-insulated exterior wall, your airline can freeze.
If you do not have operating compressed air, your Clean Burn furnace will not operate. There are two things you can do to prevent water in your air lines. 1) install air dryers on your air compressor system and make sure the air dryers are operating. 2) install an automatic water eliminator at the air compressor. Eco Heating Systems can provide a quotation to install an automatic water eliminator if you are having problems with water in your compressed air lines.
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Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Clean Burn Service Tip of the Week: Prevent Frozen Air Lines
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