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Identify this device on a steam boiler


Neal Lewis
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Replacement boilers usually contain a much smaller volume of water then the monsters they're replacing. The large internal volume of old boilers helped slow down the steam, allowing water droplets (like a mist) to drop out. Many installers of replacement systems will oversize the near-boiler piping to act like an external steam separator.

I'm guessing that is the intention of this device, after they used it for bowling down the driveway.

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