I would like to skim my boiler before the heating season starts. It doesn't seem to have a port near the waterline, there is one at the bottom for draining and one at the top for emergency valve. Is there any way to skim without having someone come and make a new tapping at the waterline? It's a 1 year old Burnham Independence.
Thanks, Tim. I'm only loosely aware of the terminology here. Let's say there is one, and I can punch through it (with a hammer? how do you do that?). Is it something I can thread a standard size value into, or does it require welding or some kind of compound to attach to it?