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Old 04-25-2010, 07:58 AM   #17
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At the outlet of the coil I am going to put a tee with the tee side facing down. I am going to screw a T&P Valve (Temperature and pressure, like you would find on a water heater) into the end of the tee. This will let off at either 210 degrees or 30 PSI (for safety). I will plumb the drain from the T&P through the trailer deck.
Have you considered running that blow off into the cooker and ending in a water pan? That way you get no boiling water or steam on someones toes while wearing flip flops plus you get hot water inside the water pan. Two birds one stone. :)


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