What is another name for excessive heating of water?

Answer When water is heated excessively long enough, it boils, which means it reaches the point of bubbling and evaporation, which occurs at 100 degrees Celsius. When water is heated just below the point ... Read More »

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Should a new hot water heating zone flow through another circulator?

A new hot water heating zone does not need to flow through another circulator. A building with one circulator can divide heat into different zones by using electrically controlled zone valves that ... Read More »

My boiler isn't heating the hot water or central heating?

Sounds like what happens to me if I run out of oil before I get a fill. The cause is an airlock in the pipe between the oil tank and the boiler. It usually causes the lockout light on my boiler t... Read More »

What is the problem if your circulator pump for your forced hot water heating system is circulating water when the thermostats aren't calling?

Answer 1 You may have a system that runs the pump(s) until the water temperature has dropped to some value in order to retrieve all the heat from the water before shutdown. That would mean, then,... Read More »

What would cause excessive sweating in a toddler i.e. meaning excessive with no known reason such as heat or running and playing etc?

Some children do sweat more. If the child is found to be otherwise normal there is no need to worry.