Hey remember we were talking about that video of the hot water tank blowing
Well I think I might have found a place to get a copy.
Pipe plug in T&P, Back pitched exhaust vent, no exhaust diverter,
plugged vent, long horizontal exhaust vent, gas water heater with near
zero clearance to combustible wood paneling, various gas piping
nightmares like 3/8 compression fittings, etc.
A pipe plug will make it go thru a roof and I think
that is in the video Ned is talking about.
Ned talks of super heat <G>, I recall in my auto class that the steam
cars made back when had no horsepower rating.
The more steam built up the more HP you get.
I guess you can't guess on the power of a HWT that is building
pressure or what that final outcome will be when it explodes.
It depends on the weakest part.
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