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Noise potential in a steam system
Even if the near boiler piping is perfect as described in books or the manual, isn't true the radiators, such as old cast iron ones, will have water in them? So isn't likely the radiator will make minor noises when the steam enters the radiator or piping? Also, won't tee fittings catch condensate?