|Posted by hj on February 13, 19100 at 17:24:36:|
|In response to Re: Water Hammering|
IF you had air in the pipes you would not have the problem. The expansion tank could act as a shock control if it were installed in the right location, which is not likely. The installation of the water heater, by itself, would not have had any effect on the cold water piping which is what supplies the sprinkler system.
: I recently had a hot water tank replaced and have encountered water hammering. I have not had this problem prior to the installation. The water lines have been purged of air and the problem still persits. The water hammering is noticable when the outdoor sprikler system kicks on/off as well as when the kitchen/bathroom sinks are used. FYI there is an expansion tank attached to the system. Your advice would truly be appreciated.
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