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STEAM COMING OUT OF A CONDENSATE PUMP
WE HAVE A CHURCH WITH 2 STEAM BOILERS THAT ARE PIPED TOGETHER. THE CHURCH IS A 1 PIPE STEAM SYSTEM. ONE OF THE BOILERS DEVELOPED A LEAK AND WE REPLACED THE BOILER. SINCE THE BOILERS NOW HAVE DIFFERANT WATER LEVELS WE INSTALLED A PUMP CONTROL ON EACH BOILER. ON A CALL FOR MAKE UP WATER A SOLONOID VALVE AND A CONDENSATE PUMP ARE ENERGIZED AT THE SAME TIME. WITH 1 BOILER OPERATING EVERYTHING WORKS PROPERLY. WHEN THE SECOND BOILER COMES ON RUNS FOR A WHILE STEAM STARTS TO POUR OUT OF THE VENT OF THE CONDENSATE PUMP. WE ADDED A P TRAP TO THE INLET OF THE CONDENSATE PUMP AND THIS HELPS SOME. WHEN THE STEAM IS COMING OUT OF THE CONDENSATE PUMP WE HAVE .5 LB OF PRESSURE ON THE GUAGE. ANY IDEAS WHAT WE CAN DO TO ELIMINATE STEAM COMING OUT OF THE VENT ON THE CONDENSATE PUMP?