Question about Water Flexcon WH8S Potable Heater Expansion Tank
M y heating system shutdown , I discovered it had air in the system and vented every thing in sight including the expansion tank the system works very well at the moment when the system is off its 1.25bar when it is running at number 3 its at 2bar however I am worried that by venting the tank I have filled it with water and may have left no room for expansion.
Yes, you have let the air out of the expansion tank. You can not or should you have to vent an expansion tank. There is a rubber diaphram in the tank so just read the label on the tank for the proper psi/bar and put air in to that amount through the air valve. Problem solved.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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