Virginia Desuperheater Causing Bubbles

Discussion in 'Maintenance and Troubleshooting' started by Bruce McClinton, May 12, 2015.

  1. Bruce McClinton

    Bruce McClinton New Member

    My ClimateMaster Tranquility 27 developed a coolant leak about 12 months ago. The tech topped it off but was unable to identify the source of the leak. A few months later we noticed the taps connected to our water heater started spurting occasionally. At the time I thought it was due to a bad anode. But our plumber said it was from the Desuperheater loop. I confirmed this by disconnecting the pump and isolating the loop.

    I'm afraid to ask, but are these two symptoms related? Any reason for us to be concerned about health consequences?

  2. AMI Contracting

    AMI Contracting A nice Van Morrison song Industry Professional Forum Leader

    Not aware of health concerns, but you might have found your refrigerent leak.

    There is a code to protect occupants if a building has harmful quantities of refrigerent within.

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