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1109 Location of Condensate Pump - Heating - Common Steam Systems
 
1109 Location of Condensate Pump - Heating - Common Steam Systems -

Image Text: Cross section > this is not an "equalizer pipe" - it serves only to drain condensate from the header > radiator valve > radiator > supply pipe > thermostatic trap (steam trap) > exhaust flue > header > hot steam > boiler water line > water > steam boiler > burner > supply main > open air vent > returning condensate > F and T trap (steam trap) > main vent > condensate pump > Note: no equalizer pipe or Hartford Loop is required when a condensate pump is used

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