On the top or side of every water heater, there is a “TPR” Valve. This abbreviation stands for Temperature & Pressure Relief. It is a simple device that releases water from the tank and plumbing system to prevent the tank from bursting or exploding if the temperature in the water heater reaches or exceeds 200 […]Read More about Water Heater TPR (Pressure) Valve
Is Your Water Heater Safe ?
Every water heater gas or electric, tank type or demand all have one thing in common, a temperature pressure relief (TPR) safety valve to prevent the unit from possibly exploding or injuring a user. As water is heated it expands in volume (size), normal hot water temperatures of 120 degrees do not expand the water […]Read More about Is Your Water Heater Safe ?