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snow melt boilers damaged by flood
Recently replaced two KBN 500's that were damaged during hurricane flooding.The mechanical room actually didn't get flooded,flood water entered the boilers through the fresh air and venting piping on the exterior of the residence .Both boilers were about 5 years old and were rarely used since they were for snow melt only.If the equipment wasn't so expensive i would just scrap it. I have never attempted to repair equipment damaged this way , considering the labor and parts needed i'm not sure what to do. Not looking to cut any corners ,if the boilers can't be rebuilt to function as new i'm not interested .Anyone ever do a rebuild like this? Thank you in advance for any responses.