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TDR

Joined on January 20, 2011

Last Post on September 9, 2013

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gas engine

@ September 9, 2013 10:54 AM in Using a combustion analyzer on an engine

Hello
Unlike a boiler exhaust flue. the exhaust on a gasoline / LP engine, is not constant pressure, there are times when the exhaust is flowing backward. If you look at the location of O2 sensors on cars, the location is important. If you put your probe, closer to the exhaust port, you will get different data. You could look at the summit racing online catalog, for fuel air testing equipment, and more information.
Thanks
TR

gas engine

@ September 9, 2013 10:54 AM in Using a combustion analyzer on an engine

Hello
Unlike a boiler exhaust flue. the exhaust on a gasoline / LP engine, is not constant pressure, there are times when the exhaust is flowing backward. If you look at the location of O2 sensors on cars, the location is important. If you put your probe, closer to the exhaust port, you will get different data. You could look at the summit racing online catalog, for fuel air testing equipment, and more information.
Thanks
TR

Boiler

@ November 5, 2012 12:32 PM in SUBMERGED boilers and water heater. what absolutely needs to be replaced?

I would check the flue, also combustion air. Also you might check your incoming voltage, and make sure that there is not a floating neutral.