Boiler #1 Pressure gauge reading (PSI)
Boiler #2 Pressure gauge reading (PSI)
Boiler #1 Exhaust stack temperature (Must not exceed 475F)
Boiler #2 Exhaust stack temperature (Must not exceed 475F)
Verify the bottom blowdowns are being completed daily on both boilers.
ATTACH PICTURE OF LOGSHEET
Verify the surface blowdown controller is properly maintaining conductivity. Control range is between 3,000 and 3,500 microsiemens per centimeter (µS/cm)
ATTACH PICTURE OF CONTROLLER DISPLAY
Verify that daily boiler chemistry tests are being performed
ATTACH PICTURE OF DAILY LOG
Inspect boiler feedwater pumps for leaks and proper operation
Record boiler feedwater tank temperature. Must be between 180-200F.
Test low water cutoff alarms on both boilers. Both boilers must alarm properly to pass this section.
ATTACH PICTURE OF BOTH HARTFORD BOILER DAILY TAGS
Check the levels in boiler feedwater chemical drums. 3/4 empty or below is a flag condition.
Check condition of flame on boiler #1 during high fire. Must be mostly blue with yellow tips on the flame.
Check condition of flame on boiler #2 during high fire. Must be mostly blue with yellow tips on the flame.
Compressed Air System
Air compressor #1 pressure reading (100-115 psi)
Air compressor #1 Air-end temperature reading. Must be below 195F.
Air compressor #2 pressure reading (100-115 psi)
Air compressor #2 air-end temperature reading.
Verify the compressed air dryer is working properly. Test the blowdown valve.
Inspect air receiver tanks for water leaks, air leaks and corrosion. Test the automatic drain valve.
Wash Alley Chemical System
Check the level of each chemical barrel in the wash alley. 3/4 empty and below must be flagged.
Inspect the chemical injection system for air leaks, water leaks and chemical leaks.
Inspect wash alley transfer pumps for water leaks.
Inspect heat reclaimer pumps for water/oil leaks.
Inspect DAF recirculation pump for water leaks.
Inspect EQ system transfer pumps for water leaks.
Inspect heat reclaimer system for water/air leaks.
Inspect the KEMCO water control system integrity.
Record the temperature of tempered water shown on the KEMCO control panel. (70-110F)
Record CITY IN and CITY OUT temperature readings on the KEMCO control panel.
Record WW IN and WW OUT temperature readings on the KEMCO control panel.
Record the temperature of HOT WATER shown on the Ludell control panel located on the hot water heater. (140-160F)
Record the RECLAIMER APPROACH temperature differential shown on the KEMCO control panel.
Verify water levels on the KEMCO control panel match actual levels in our water storage tanks. With a tape measure, check the top of the tank transducer to the sight glass level. It must read within 2 inches.
Verify the EQ system is running, and tank blower is constantly running.
Verify the wastewater pit blowers are running correctly, and air filters are not clogged.
Verify the DAF mixers are running properly
Verify the wash alley trench is being cleaned regularly. Report any messes or pit doors being left open.
Main softeners both have salt in the brine tank
Inspect both softeners for water leaks
Verify both brine tank fill valves are working correctly. Water should not be above float valve.
Natural gas meter reading
Electric meter reading
EQ to DAF flow meter reading
City water #1 reading
City water #2 reading
Source: 312 Lexington KY - Cintas (Community Member)