In fairness to all, we don't discuss pricing on the Wall. Thanks for your cooperation.
Seasonal Shutdown Procedures
We're almost ready to shut down our WMC EG-75 single-pipe steam boiler for the spring. When we fill the water a few inches extra to raise the water line to prevent rust-out & run the boiler for 20 minutes to dissolve the oxygen, is there any issue with running a boiler with a few extra gallons of water above the usual gauge glass level (maybe 3/4 up the gauge glass instead of around half up the glass water level as usual?) Somewhere I read over-filling a boiler can be as bad as under-filling, it, but don't remember the specifics.