Mark Olson
July 16, 2014

Maybe a bigger issue with iron oxide is it is so hard to filter or separate out of the fluid and eventually settles somewhere and builds up. Boiler manufacturers know a result could be plugged heat exchangers. Here's a photo from Texas showing a failed boiler section due to the water tube being completely clogged by iron oxide.

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