Why Does Rust Form in Car Radiators?

Answer A certain amount of rust in any car's cooling system isn't good, but it doesn't necessarily spell doom for the engine. It does, however, indicate the cooling system has been neglected and that you ... Read More »

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Home radiators rust............?

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How can I get rid of an air lock in my central heating that won't allow the water form the tank to come into the radiators?

This is really a very simple matter. Trying to access all the variables is a very complex task, so just set your pool heater to maintain a constant temperature, and record your natural gas consump... Read More »

What Metals Will Form Rust?

Rust is a process of metal or metal alloys combining with oxygen atoms to produce an oxide. Rust is also seen as tarnish on some metals. All metals will rust but at differing rates. Even gold, plat... Read More »

How does air get inside radiators?

Ted C's answer is close.Water contains dissolved air.The dissolved air is released when the water is heated.Sealed systems do loose a little water over time which must be replenished and this adds ... Read More »