On Jan 22, 11:27 am, The Daring Dufas <the-daring-du...@stinky-
That would depend on how hot you heat the hot water.
In the average house you probably have an 80 - 90 degree range before
your HWH becomes a boiler, although we need probably need to factor
pressure (and the PRV) into the equation.
I remember Myth Busters removing the T&P valve and plugging to hole in
an electric water heater and building a little test house, filling the
heater, turning on the power and watching the thing take off like a
rocket blowing up the little house. ^_^
>to be some sort of vent/pressure relief ditty coming off the *CW
> the HWH*. From the CW pipe to this gadget is copper, from the
gadget to the
That's the best idea. The heck with all of this speculating by people
who just don't know. Check city water, gas and drainage lines for that
area. They could probably tell you best.
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