Hot water heating
systems often get air into the radiators that inhibit the efficiency of
the system. Heaters (radiators) are equipped with a bleeder valve that
will release this air.
the cover off the radiator and put it aside.
Locate the Bleeder
With a screwdriver
and a cup underneath the valve, loosen the bleeder screw slowly. You will
hear air whistling out that only eventually tend to all water. Usually
the removal of about a cup of water is enough.
This process should be done periodically for all radiators in your home
to keep the System operating at maximum efficiency.
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