Do you have a water heater for this winter? How about next year? Confused? Yes, you won't get the same process from year to year if you don't maintain it properly. The best boiler care plan consists of regular monitoring, adjustment, cleaning and lubrication of various parts of mechanical equipment. Boiler maintenance is protective or corrective.

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Protective maintenance tasks are usually routine and aim to prevent damage and extend the life of the equipment. Corrective maintenance is the repair or replacement of parts that are necessary in case of accidental damage.

Protective support

Security support starts with the first start. This is the most important step affecting the boiler. The commissioning of the boiler must be carried out by an authorized agent of the manufacturer. Because of the value of a decent start, the sequence of the steps is described here:

• Check all sensors, controls, water glass and flush lines, safety valves and more. Also, check fire and bank for foreign objects. Inspect the interior for fabrics, tears and tools.

• Run electrical appliances to check operation and to ensure that rotating parts are lubricated. Fill with water and boil immediately to remove dissolved gases and avoid corrosion.

• At least once a year, boilers, fire protection monitoring systems and other safety controls are to be checked by an authorized boiler inspector during planned outages.

Correction support

Corrective maintenance is the repair or replacement of parts caused by accidental damage. Schedule an inspection with the coolant boiler, armholes and shaft open, and boiler well ventilated. Provide correct and comfortable drainage connections and find floor drain that is not obstructed. Major repairs must be carried out by service boilers.