Watch out: While it is possible to "open" a boiler TP relief valve by lifting its "test" lever, unless you are a trained heating service technician or plumber, and unless you have a spare TP valve of the proper size in your hand, we advise against "testing" a TP relief valve by opening this lever during a building inspection.
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Aug 19, 2020 · The pressure relief valve of your boiler is a very important part of your heating system. This is because it is a safety valve that protects your heating system from building up too much pressure. When that happens, you are faced with leaks or even the possibility of your heating system blowing
With the boiler pressure at a minimum of 75% of the safety valve set pressure, the safety valve try lever is lifted to wide open position. Steam is discharged for 5 sec to 10 sec. The try lever is released, and the disk should snap to the closed position against the valve seat. Malfunctioning safety valves must be replaced as soon as possible.
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