How to Pipe a Boiler?


Piping a boiler, otherwise known as plumbing a boiler, is as simple as attaching the water line to the waterline fitting on the boiler by welding it in place.
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When you pipe a boiler you have to have a header, equalizer, riser, hartford loop and condensate return. Make sure you use iron pipe for any pipes that are above the waterline not copper. You can find more information here:
Adding a new boiler to your home heating system will most times require hiring a professional who is familiar with plumbing for a boiler. If you are good with plumbing and careful, you may be able to install your own boiler and piping. To pipe a boiler, you must refer to a schematics that shows the proper way to pipe a boiler. One of these schematics can be purchased from a plumber or found on the Internet.
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