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For the intercooler's inlet/outlet pipes, previously cast from aluminum, the material provides heat and hydrolysis resistance, just as it does for the radiator's header tank, for which it was already in use.
These are generally central heating header tanks which are raised above the level of the joists in the roof space.
The word on Matilda, meanwhile, was that she needed a new battery, header tank and alternator, which we could get up the road in Mount Isa, so after the local mechanic charged the battery, I bought a set of jump leads just in case and we made it the mining town of
New works required are: new pump and controls at the old Ebbtide location, a header tank at 70 metres elevation on Dusty Road, reconnection of various pipelines, and a new branch line to the Lehigh gravel pit.
You simply drain a bit of water from your header tank, pour in the additive and it will help transfer and dissipate the heat in your cooling system.
A fire crew from Walsall kept the header tank filled with water until power supplies were restored after 30 minutes.
Large process lines, for example, will often include a booster pump in the basement, the job of which is to keep a header tank of water above the process line filled.
My imagination's on the move, poking and prying into every tiny moisture-trap about the house where this miniscule but malign organism could seek out safe haven and establish breeding colonies: the yards and yards of water pipes, the taps, washing machine, header tank, hot water cistern, steam iron, pan handles - anything, in fact, ever touched by water, which is pretty nearly everything.
Installation of four (4) pipelines (HDPE, 1800mm OD) buried in trench, extending from the Header Tank up to the low water line.
At present, I'm sort of watching paint dry - not much is happening (I'm sure to be tempting Providence by saying that) although the roof leaked badly in October, the front bedroom window is about to collapse and I'm waiting with bated breath for the rusted-through header tank to flood the house.
At the time, the plumber said the attic header tank was also in a parlous state.