Treat heater with TLC: personnel heaters ...The new A-20 Global is a rugged and hard-working personnel heater. But it can still be damaged if you don't treat it right, mechanics.
In particular, you need to pull on the kid gloves kid gloves
handle someone with kid gloves to treat someone with great tact in order not to upset them
kid gloves npl to treat sb with kid gloves → when removing the heater from a vehicle. It may seem like a good idea to wedge a crowbar or metal pipe between the exhaust flange flange (flanj) a projecting border or edge; in dentistry, that part of the denture base which extends from around the embedded teeth to the border of the denture.
1. and the exhaust pipe to pry the heater loose. But you'll end up damaging the exhaust flange and heat exchanger heat exchanger
Any of several devices that transfer heat from a hot to a cold fluid. In many engineering applications, one fluid needs to be heated and another cooled, a requirement economically accomplished by a heat exchanger. .
Those parts aren't replaceable items, so your unit ends up paying for a new heater--to the tune of more than $3,200!
When removing a heater, first make sure the exhaust clamp clamp (klamp) a surgical device for compressing a part or structure.
rubber dam clamp a metallic device used to retain the dam on a tooth.
n. is removed. Then slowly move the heater back and forth until the exhaust flange pulls loose from the exhaust pipe.
Before you send an A-20 heater to support or depot for repairs, make sure you package it carefully. Proper packaging will ensure the heater arrives with no extra damage that could cost your unit even more money.