A Question For Those Running Dry Pumps In The Cold.
For those of you that run dry pumps in cold weather. Since you don't have to worry about your pump freezing do you worry about your tank to pump and tank fill lines freezing?
Pondered this question last night as I was staged during a call and engaged my pump to circulate water since the temp was 10 degrees. In my mind it would take less time for the tank to pump line or tank fill line to freeze than an entire pump filled with water due to the mass of the metal and water that probably started at at least 50 degrees when you left the station.
I'm not questioning your departments choice to run a dry pump. I only know about wet pumps because that is what we run and we haven't had problems. Just something I wanted to ask.