By dr charles c patton
364 pages. desk of Contents:
Fundamentals of Chemistry
Water Sampling and Analysis
Water shaped Scales
Water therapy Microbiology
Water Processing Equipment
Water Injection Systems
Water therapy for improved Oil restoration
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Butane b. propane c. natural d. coke oven Fuel oil used for oil burners is a no. 6 that is black and ___________. a. thin b. thick c. both of these d. neither of these No. 1 fuel oil for oil burners is very ___________ and colorless and resembles kerosene. a. opaque b. jelly-like c. thick d. thin Atomization is the process whereby oil is ___________ into fine droplets. a. mixed b. broken c. vaporized d. heated The basic devices used for fuel control are: a. pumps b. relief valves c. metering valves d.
5. Flow depends on gravity, and as a result larger pipe sizes are required for good operation. Forced-hot-water heating systems require a pump that forces the water through the piping system. Limitations of flow, dependent on water-temperature differences, do not exist in this type of system. It may be of either the one- or two-pipe variety. In two-pipe systems, either direct or reversed returns and Heating Systems 21 up-feed or down-feed mains may be used. The path of the water from the boiler into and through the radiator and back again to the boiler is almost the same length for each of the radiators in the system.
In two-pipe systems, either direct or reversed returns and Heating Systems 21 up-feed or down-feed mains may be used. The path of the water from the boiler into and through the radiator and back again to the boiler is almost the same length for each of the radiators in the system. It is common to use one-pipe forced-circulation systems for small and medium-sized buildings when hot water is used as the heating medium. Advantages of forced circulation include: 1. There is rapid response to temperature changes.