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I have two Gorton vents on my system and one on my neighbors which I suspect to be leaking.
Reason I say suspect is its hard to tell if its just bleeding extra air out or not. 99% sure my neighbors IS leaking, my two I need to investigate more.
What is a good reliable way to test vents? I seem to recall someone posting a picture of a pot on a stove with something screwed into it but I cannot find the thread. I'm wondering if simply turning the vent upside down and blowing into it with your mouth is a reliable test or not?
Single pipe quasi-vapor system.
Typical operating pressure 0.15 - 0.43 oz measured with Magnehelic. High pressure limit set to 4.6oz. Weil-McLain EG-40 with barometric damper connected to 392sqft of radiation via two 2" risers into a 3" drop header and 2" equalizer. ES-20 Advanced Control for Residential Steam boilers. Rectorseal Steamaster water treatment
Steam system pictures updated 1/25/15.https://picasaweb.google.com/thetube0a3/Boiler?authkey=Gv1sRgCImUxIqv9436MQ#