Every engineer understands that the road to success in this industry is through real-life experience - not a textbook. While classroom time is crucial for fundamentals, nothing can compare you for the unpredictable. That's where Boiler U comes in.
On this episode of the Boiling Point, Ritchie and Jerry discuss step-by-step how to replace gauge glass. Jerry also discusses how to measure the gauge glass and provides a few helpful safety tips.
In last week's edition of Steam Culture, Brent is still on his family vacation in Manitou Springs and Pikes Peak, Colorado. Did you know that Pikes Peak is one of the most famous peaks in the world? Brent tells us all about the fun he is having exploring Colorado and talks a little bit about this historic steam locomotive that is currently resting at Pikes Peak. The train was also used in the movie The Sound of Music.
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On this edition of the Boiling Point, Ritchie and Steve Duvall talk about water resin. Steve Duvall is always available to help our customers with technical support on rental boilers.
On today's episode of Steam Culture, Brent discusses the origin of the words "steam" and "boiler." The word "steam" originated from a German word, which has links to a Dutch word "stoom." We use these words so much here at WARE, but we really wanted to dig in and find out the true origin of the word "steam." We don't want to give away all the details, so watch the video below to learn more.
Do you know the practical steps to take to get the most out of your current boiler? Do you know how to optimize your boiler’s efficiencies? Can you spot problem areas on your boiler before they harm your system? The answers to these questions are uncovered at our three-day instructional course, Boiler University.