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Replacing Low Water Cut-off (float type)
I have a Weil-MClain EG-55 gas-fired steam boiler. I had to replace the 2 water gauge cocks, so I figured I might as well replace the low water cut-off, limit control, and the pressure gauge - given the system was installed in 1985. ITT recommends replacing the low water cut-off after 10 years - though mine is still working I thought it might be prudent to replace it....while it's warm outside. I have 2 questions:
1) The low water cutoff I'm purchasing is Model 149400 https://www.supplyhouse.com/Mcdonnell-Miller-149400-67-Float-Type-Low-Water-Cut-off-Steam
I'm pretty sure this is what I need but want to make sure. Attached is my existing low-water cutoff and label.
2) Also, I need to replace the pressure limit control and pressure gauge. Based on your experience, I need recommendations on replacements for these two items
Attachments for the existing pressure limit control and pressure is gauge attached.