Hydraulic works carried out in a domestic boiler
Hydraulic works carried out in a domestic boiler are mainly related to the installation of the boiler and the foundation and checking correct operation of the water meter. Counter water must be installed by an authorized plumber who will also make his sealing. In case of any doubt, will also check a meter on the water especially when he suddenly began to show much higher water consumption than before. Usually installed in the boiler room is also a boiler, water heater. After its installation, the current home plumber, could also make his first start and check thanks to proper operation. Household members will be happy with such a solution, especially if the first use of the gas boiler.
Connecting the dishwasher
In the kitchen they are made different hydraulic works. Typically, they involve repairing defects such as leaking or clogged siphon water tap. Sometimes the plumber is needed when connecting a dishwasher. It concerns the need to establish a new connection through which water will be supplied to the dishwasher. Leaking the other hand, tap water is usually caused by abraded or defective seal cam. Carrying out repairs tap, which has ceased to work well for these reasons will not be a plumber for any problem. Just as often he has to deal with pushing siphon blocked by collecting crumbs in it fat flowing into it from the dishes to be washed.
Explosion of boiler - is it possible?
A boiler explosion is a catastrophic failure of a boiler. As seen today, boiler explosions are of two kinds. One kind is a failure of the pressure parts of the steam and water sides. There can be many different causes, such as failure of the safety valve, corrosion of critical parts of the boiler, or low water level. Corrosion along the edges of lap joints was a common cause of early boiler explosions.
The second kind is a fuel/air explosion in the furnace, which would more properly be termed a firebox explosion. Firebox explosions in solid-fuel-fired boilers are rare, but firebox explosions in gas or oil-fired boilers are still a potential hazard.