So i'm an electrician and going to be starting a new job soon, and while on a tour of the facility (i'll be in maintenance) we discussed the new boilers put in. The have 2 sets of boilers, 1 set is within 20' of the oil storage tank, the other is about 400' away. There's 1 pipe that comes outta the tank and has "T" on it to divert the oil. Basically the one that's 400' away has air getting into the line and constantly has to be removed. They tried putting a plumbing relieft valve (like you'd put to bleed the air out of a water system) and it failed. I read on another forum, something about a oil deaerator at the boiler. Is that a option I could bring up to them or is there something else that I could possibly recommend? Thanks!
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Air in oil lines