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What is surging and why is it so bad? Water surge is the dramatic change in the level of water in your boiler. You’ll know it’s happening because the water in the boiler’s gauge glass will appear to bounce up and down, reflecting the rapid increase and decrease of water.
This apartment building in Manhattan was in dire need of help. Controlled Combustion provided the mobile oil tank to restore heat.
Boiler Room Flood Damage Repairs Throughout the night of September 1st, 2021, New York City was hit with record-breaking rainfall and heavy winds. The rainstorm was the remnants of Hurricane Ida and caused devastating floods and damage across the city. It was the first time that New York City had issued a flash flood emergency
Atmospheric Corrosion Atmospheric corrosion is an abnormal operating condition that is characterized into four levels. Levels one and two will not result in a disapproved Local Law 152 inspection; however, if the corrosion is not properly addressed in a timely manner, the repercussions will be costly repairs and prolonged gas shutdowns in your building. As
Gas leaks are one of the most hazardous abnormal operating conditions, and they present an immediate danger when they occur. Many different reasons can bring about a gas leak. Improper installations, atmospheric corrosion, inadequately supported piping, and failure to protect the pipes from physical impacts are some of the abnormal operating conditions that can eventually