The Lost Art of Steam Heating Revisited

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - He’s older and wiser now, and he still tells a great story. If you liked the first version, you’re going to love this one. With this book, dan is revisiting a subject he loves to add all that he’s learned during the 25 years since The Lost Art of Steam Heating first appeared. State and Canada. In 1992, he wrote the predecessor to this book, The Lost Art of Steam Heating, which has gone through dozens of printings and sold tens of thousands of copies in every U.

S. Dan holohan has been studying the steam-heating systems in older American buildings since 1970 .

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Pumping Away: And Other Really Cool Piping Options for Hydronic Systems

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - Even if you've never worked with hydronics before, you'll be able to follow these drawings. And i guarantee that. It will save you time and money. Dan holohan. I wrote this book to describe the beautiful workings of hydronic heating systems and I tried to use words that made the subject spring to life in a visual way.

The second half of the book takes the "Pumping Away" boiler-room piping design and applies it to a delicious menu of piping options. This is a book that you'll refer to again and again. Thousands of installers have reported great success by following the principles in the first part of this book. The first part deals with boiler-room piping and explains how you can put the discoveries of the late, great Gil Carlson to work for you.

Pumping Away: And Other Really Cool Piping Options for Hydronic Systems #ad - It's been one of my best-selling books for years. If you pipe gil's way, you'll save time, money and never again have to bleed radiators. I kept the drawings simple. I wish i could take credit but the genius was Gil Carlson's. I just did my best to tell his story in plain English.

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A Pocketful of Steam Problems With Solutions!

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - I racked my brain for months, making lists of everything I could think of that could cause a problem with a steam-heating system. The tough part is knowing where to look, " he said. Then go to that section of the book. I cautioned him to check each one before moving on to the next because when you don't know what's causing a problem, you can't discount any of the possible causes.

And that's why I wrote this book. They jump in without a plan or a direction and just start changing parts. Find the one you need and just below that will be a list of all the things that can cause the problem. There must have been a dozen possible causes on my list. I wanted the book to cover one-pipe, vapor/vacuum, vacuum and commercial steam systems, two-pipe, so I went about writing it in the same way I would troubleshoot any of those systems - methodically.

A Pocketful of Steam Problems With Solutions! #ad - Work your down list and you'll look like a troubleshooting genius. You'll find a list of problems. He told me what the trouble was and I found myself going down a list of things that might cause that problem. When you're on a job with this book, look first for the type of system that you're troubleshooting.

I always try to be methodical because that's what works. I was trying to help a friend with a steam-heating problem.

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We Got Steam Heat!: A Homeowner's Guide to Peaceful Coexistence

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - If you're a homeowner with steam heat, know that I wrote this one for you. This is not a do-it-yourself book. Dan holohan. You will not be sorry. If you'd like to fix uneven heat and squirting air vents or want to reduce your fuel bills and silence clanging pipes, then arm yourself with this book and smile. Here's what you'll learn: how your steam-heating system works and why it might not what each component does or what it's supposed to do why high pressure in a steam-heating system won't work how the choice of fuels can affect your system What causes all that noise and how to get ride of it once and for all Simple ways to lower your fuel bill What you can do yourself When you should keep your hands in your pockets How to find a steam-heating pro and how to avoid the knuckleheads Things that should be in every contract you sign for steam-heating work The right questions to ask when replacing a boiler How to fix, clean, move, paint and/or replace an old radiator How to have a hot-water zone added to your steam-heating system How to know if you can have your steam-heating system converted to hot-water heat And a whole lot more! Arm yourself with this book.

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Greening Steam: How to Bring 19th-Century Heating Systems into the 21st Century and save lots of green!

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - There is so much you can do to make them better, and most of what you can do won't cost a fortune. It's not that easy, inexpensive, or even practical to rip out an old steam system and start anew, and that's why so many of them are still around. You'll be amazed at how small changes can make a huge difference.

In this book, tell you some great success stories, I'm going to walk you through those old systems, and show you how to increase efficiency and save fuel dollars. Read this book and you'll be greening your heating system and your wallet. When it comes to saving money on heating, old steam systems are delicious, low-hanging fruit.

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The Lost Art of Steam Heating Companion

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - It will make you sharper and smarter and that's a great way to feel. He brought them together in this beautiful companion book to help you on that next steam-heating job. If you can just see how it was supposed to work, your odds of success as a troubleshooter improve tremendously. It covers the hoffman Differential Loop, the Plimpton & Hills Corp.

Trane highest grade heating specialities, the Model K System, Moline Heat, Broomell Vapor Heating, McDonnell & Miller Co. Webster's double Service Valve, and more. The lost art of steam heating companion walks you through the history of steam heating with pictures and hard-to-find literature about older steam-heating systems from a time long gone.

The Lost Art of Steam Heating Companion #ad - These are the research materials that Dan Holohan used to write the original Lost Art of Steam Heating. You can use this book to solve steam-heating problems - once and for all. Usually, if you can just see what the thing looked like when it was new, you can stand a pretty good chance of fixing it. In the lost art of steam heating companion, you’ll see the progression and growth of a great industry, as well as the movement from one-pipe steam heating to vapor heating and then from two-pipe steam heating to vacuum heating.

The same goes for old steam-heating systems. Add a copy to your library and you'll see what we mean.

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The Lost Art of Steam Heating

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - I wanted you to know what i know and I wanted you to be able to do what I can do when it comes to old steam systems. This book arrived in 1992 and has since gone though dozens of printings. I traveled the country, haunting used-book stores, looking for engineering books that held the answers to questions that nagged at me.

I was obsessed with this topic, and when i finally sat to write, I poured all that I had learned into this book, and as I wrote, I tried my best to make the words sound good to you - like we were together and having a conversation. This was my first book and a true labor of love. I spent decades studying steam and the work of Dead Men, in both old buildings and on library shelves.

The Lost Art of Steam Heating #ad - Steam heat is everywhere there are old buildings, so why shouldn't you be the one with the answers? Dan Holohan. We've sold it in every state as well as in foreign countries.

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Primary-Secondary Pumping Made Easy!

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - It is not a primer, but it is easy to understand. Over the years, i've watched a lot of trial and error with primary-secondary heating systems. In this book, and how to lower heating system temperature, valves, fittings and pumps, I've used what Gil taught me to show you how to reduce the size of your pipes, and all without sacrificing performance or getting into trouble.

I also give you lots of options for your boiler-room piping for both single- and multiple-boiler systems. Dan holohan. It shows how to get the most out of two-, and four-way valves, three-, as well as injection pumping. He invented primary-secondary pumping in the early '50s and went on to do many other things.

Primary-Secondary Pumping Made Easy! #ad - It's loaded with diagrams and I went easy on the math because you may not be an engineer and neither am I. I was fortunate to have had the late, great Gil Carlson as one of my teachers. This book will save you time and money and keep you out of trouble. That's a shame because guesswork costs both time and money.

This book covers two-pipe primary-secondary heating systems, as well as one-pipe heating systems.

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Hydronic Radiant Heating: A Practical Guide for the Nonengineer Installer

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - This book contains 215 pages of practical, common sense information that you can use right away. Hydronic radiant heating doesn’t have to be complicated or spooky. No mumbo-jumbo. I’ve seen installers do things the right way and the wrong way, and I learned from them all. All in all, you’re going to find straight answers to direct questions in this book.

I’ve done my best to present a subject that I love in a way that I think you will find both informative and very enjoyable. I wrote this book for people who prefer plain-English explanations of how things work. No formulas. Used book in Good Condition. I’ve made lots of analogies to things you already know.

Hydronic Radiant Heating: A Practical Guide for the Nonengineer Installer #ad - What you will find are simple words of ordinary conversation, and a lot of very easy-to-follow drawings relating to hydronic radiant heating. There are rules of thumb that work, and installers are using them with great success every day. I dug into old books as well as the current literature to write this one, and I did my very best to boil down the engineering into understandable terms.

There are also stories – lots of them! i like to tell stories about the things I’ve seen as I’ve traveled around the US, Canada and Europe, looking at hydronic radiant installations. There are simple ways to install and control these systems. You won’t find much math in this book.

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E.D.R.: Ratings for Every Darn Radiator and convector you'll probably ever see

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - The challenge, is that it's often difficult to find the ratings for many of those old radiators and convectors, though, and that's why I compiled this book. Used book in Good Condition. E. D. R. If you're replacing a hot-water boiler, you'll do a heat-loss calculation on the building as it is today, but it also pays to measure the radiation to see if you can reduce the water's temperature and save fuel.

. This is a terrific resource for any heating professional who wants to get it right the first time. I've been saving heating books and heating-manufacturers' literature since 1970 If you're replacing a steam boiler, there's only one right way to size that boiler, and that's to measure the radiators. Is 272 pages of nothing but radiator and convector ratings and if that old unit is out there in the field, it's probably also in this book.

E.D.R.: Ratings for Every Darn Radiator and convector you'll probably ever see #ad - I have a lot of this stuff.

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Classic Hydronics: How to Get the Most From Those Older Hot-Water Heating Systems

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Dan Holohan Associates, Incorporated #ad - Many of these systems went in before we knew as much as we know today about hot-water heating. Dan holohan Used book in Good Condition. So let’s talk about how classic hydronic systems work, how they’ve changed over the years, and what we can do right now to get the most out of them without spending a fortune.

Most of america’s classic hydronic systems are older than we are, and they’ve gone through changes over the years, some of them painful changes. If i can do that, you will be nodding your head and smiling at your newfound knowledge, and I will be in a state of bliss. Oh, and i promise you a few great stories along the way.

Classic Hydronics: How to Get the Most From Those Older Hot-Water Heating Systems #ad - My goal is to make you “see” inside those older systems, and to be able to do stuff that others say can’t be done.

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