Punctuation is not as big a problem as close typing. Either use double
spacing or break the essay into thought patterns and use a different
paragraph for each.
(Even if the change is relatively minor.)
The latter being the more preferable. Like this wot I wrote.
It is called pumping over. It has many deleterious effects. It introduces
new air into the system, which is corrosive. It may also dillute the
corrosion inhibitor, if the pumping over is severe enough to operate the
overflow. It is also extremely energy inefficient, as you are heating a
large uninsulated tank of water in a cold location.
The cause is probably that the cylinder heating coil has more resistance
than your radiators, causing a large pressure difference either side. The
pumped water then has nowhere to go, except up the vent pipe into the
The best fix, if the rest of the system is compatible with the idea, is to
convert to a sealed pressurised system, which is a quick and simple fix.
Otherwise, you have to tinker about with the lengths and locations of the
vent and feed pipes and, possibly, special valves. You could also turn down
the pump setting if it is too high.
I need the advice of the group. It concerns my central heating and my
local housing association.
The facts are like this:
2 years ago the housing group renewed all of my street's heating system
etc , apart from ours. The reason they said ours was not done is because
it was a relatively new back boiler and did not need replacing.
Our back boiler is a Housewarmer 2 made by Potterton Myson. As far as I
am aware this boiler is around the 65% mark of the energy efficiency
when guidelines are I think around 78%. When we approached housing they
said these are only guidelines and not law.
To cut it short we are due a modernisation soon and it involves new
bathrooms, new kitchens etc. We just don't want to be upside down soon
after they finish because if they were to finish every thing & then
decided our boiler needed updating they would have to rip our kitchen
out again in order to fit the combi system.
Please, are there any top notch people who know their stuff to help us
with this problem cheers !!!!!!!!!
dave @ stejonda (with too much time on his hands)
My dictionary says that commonusage the preposition "than" takkes the
accusative case "me".
Unfortunately it says more correct usage is to understand the unspoken
verb, and use the nominative "I"
So you and TNP are right.
I'll get me coat
It appears to me that this person has had the benefit of having a newer
boiler than everyone else for some time. Unless everyone has their boilers
replaced at the same time it is inevitable that for some of the time they
have a newer boiler and for the rest of the time they have an older one. I
don't see this as unfair - just life.
The second set of disruption that the OP mentions may or may not be
significant. However we have no idea whether this is likely within the next
few months or could be ten years off.
Why not contact the company and ask them why they've been paid to do it, but
haven't? Maybe they'll just do the job to keep things quiet (and from going
to some sort of audit). It can't hurt to ask, anyway.
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