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Geothermal Heat Pump Systems by TerraSource Geothermal
 
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According to the EPA, TERRASource geothermal systems can save 40 percent to 70 percent on home-heating and 30 percent to 50 percent on home-cooling costs over conventional systems.
Views: 630134 TERRASourceGeoSystem
Panel heating system with mats for homes (wall heating) - perfect comfort
 
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The patented counter flow heating mat system is one of the flattest systems on the market. It offers an optimised heat distribution equally over the whole wall due to copper wire material. Wall panel heating provides a comfortable room climate. The system can be attached to all existing heating systems, but is also ideal in combnation with heat pumps. Further information: www.ush-innovationen.de
Views: 612935 USH Innovationen
How to Convert Old Radiators into Multi-Zone Hydronic Heat
 
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This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows host Kevin O'Connor how to convert old radiators into multi-zone hydronic heat on site at the Newton Centre house project.
Views: 166189 This Old House
Adding electric heat option to an RV's propane heater
 
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Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor, talks with Larry McGaugh of RV Comfort Systems about his CheapHeat system for RVs. With the system, an RVer can switch instantly from propane heat to electric powered heat, saving propane and money by taking advantage of electric hookups from shore power at RV parks. http://www.RVcomfortSystems.com
Views: 72229 RVtravel
How I Heat My House And WorkShop For Cheap In Canada
 
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unusual heating using a waste product, a technical look at how it works.
Views: 2571869 groutaone
Danfoss air/water heat pump DHP-AX - How works?
 
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This video shows how the new DHP-AX works. With a DHP-AX (air/water) heat pump there is no need to dig or drill. Instead you take the energy straight from the surrounding air using an air handling unit. Danfoss DHP-AX makes use of the energy in the outdoor air. It is so efficient that it is able to convert the energy down as low as -16°C. This is the perfect solution for those of you who do not want to, cannot or are not permitted to drill for rock heat, because it does not require any bore holes. Just like our rock heat pumps, it produces both heat and hot water and can reduce the costs of heating your house by up to three quarters.
Views: 150822 DanfossHeatPump
Optimizing Fired Heaters
 
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Furnace Improvements wants to share with you how to optimize your fired heaters and save money. Improve overall efficiency, increase run length, decrease fuel consumption, and improve performance following these simple tips. FIS supplies economical and practical solutions for any fired heaters and boilers problems. Contact us to get more information about our services.
Views: 20865 Furnace0Improvements
Solar Hot Water Heater Thermosiphon DIY - Solar Thermal Water Heater saves you up to 80% energy
 
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Solar hot water heater Thermosiphon all in one unit demonstration. DIY and save compared to a complete domestic solar water heater split system. Easy to put together and install. Visist us at www.villagegonegreen.com
Views: 416508 Village Gone Green
Eco Heater - Ace Hardware
 
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The Eco-Heater can raise the ambient temperature in the room and uses less than 73% less energy than other space heaters. Check out this video to see how it works! This product is now available on AceHardware.com, http://bit.ly/l0P0h, or at your local Ace store.
Views: 15645 Ace Hardware
Save Money With Heating Stove Options
 
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http://myheatingfurnace.com Check out a cool new tool developed by the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association that will help you compare your heating furnace fuel options with their FUEL EFFICIENCY CALCULATOR. http://tinyurl.com/243cgml Compare a fireplace, electric, wood, gas, propane and pellet heating systems. In this video the fuels of propane and corn are compared based on winter of 2009-2010 pricing in the midwest.
Views: 516 HeatingFurnace
Alternative Home Heating
 
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Alternative Home Heating
Views: 91 eightwestonline
Usage of Electrical Heaters during Winters
 
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How healthy is keeping an electric heater in your room? Se the effects of using artificial heaters during winter on your health.
Views: 19478 Max Healthcare
Heating systems for the  home; some handy ideas
 
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Click on this cool site http://www.myheaters.co.uk/ An article dedicated to inform those looking to buy a home heating system on a few tip to consider before purchase.
Views: 766 heatersystems
Most Popular Garage Heater Options
 
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http://www.controlledair.net Popular garage heater options and what to expect with them.
Views: 483 Jerry Brockman
Geothermal Energy- Heating & Cooling Demonstration at Seattle Green Home
 
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Reporting from ShilsholePointe.com Geo Homes, Seattle, WA, with All Radiant Sub-Contractor, Hayward Giraud explains the functioning of the geo thermal heating and cooling system for this new community of green built homes. These systems are 350% more efficient than standard HVAC systems making them low cost and better for the environment. Geo thermal systems also provide federal credits for the new home owners saving thousands of dollars. Giraud explains the mechanical functioning of geo thermal heating and cooling systems in this video. http://www.jrjdevelopment.com/seattle-luxury-green-homes-at-shilshole-point.html
Views: 3674 SeattleWaterViewHome
How a heat pump works
 
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http://www.geothermalheatingcooling.org/ - Learn how geothermal heat pump converts ground source energy into a heating and cooling energy for your home. Geothermal energy is one of the cheapest sources of renewable energy. The thermal energy from the ground is converted into heat or cold using a heat pump, and it costs only 25% compared to the cost of electric baseboard heating - eg., geothermal heating and culling is 4 times more efficient than electric heating and air-conditioning.
Views: 43547 coolflatroof
High Efficiency Furnaces - Lowest Cost Home Heating System
 
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High efficiency furnaces of the present day consume at least 30% less fuel than old furnaces do.
Views: 37 John Mowatt
Underfloor Heating - Heating Types
 
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For more helpful video tutorials, check out http://www.toppstiles.co.uk/how-to
Views: 29329 Topps Tiles
Free heating of your house by wood
 
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Here's how to produce free heating of your house by wood.
Views: 54 HeatingTools
underfloor heating system with a rocket mass heater
 
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http://richsoil.com/stoves http://permies.com Erica Wisner shows us some of the latest innovation with rocket mass heaters. This time there are two innovations. One is sub floor heating. The heat of the rocket mass heater exhaust is routed under the floor and then outside. The other is heat bypass valve - the heat is the routed directly outside, bypassing the underfloor heating. The cool thing about this design is that you run one small, hot fire, and it gives off heat for days. And there is no bulk in the building. And this isn't nearly as expensive as other underfloor heating systems. Erica talks a little about sub floor vs. in-floor heating systems. An earthen floor in a shed is dug out and replaced with a wood floor. You can learn more about rocket mass heaters at Http://www.richsoil.com/rocket-stove-mass-heater.jsp You can also visit erica's site at http://www.ernieanderica.info Music by Jimmy Pardo
Views: 265131 paul wheaton
Heating your home using your water heater
 
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Heating your home using your oil fire water heater
Views: 3834 wink hvac
RedCore 1500 Space Heater Review
 
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http://www.heater-home.com The RedCore 1500 infrared space heater offers ultra efficient, evenly distributed heat at a fraction of the cost of other types of heating systems. Designed for areas up to 1,000 square feet, this stylish infrared heater utilizes advanced infrared technology that feels as natural as the sun's rays. Best of all, this heater is truly multifunctional and also works as a humidifier and air purifier. http://www.heater-home.com/category/infrared.aspx
Views: 9829 heaterhome
Electric Resistance Heat
 
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The Issue: There is a concerted effort to eliminate electric resistance heating from the many heating options available for new home construction. The mission of the North American Electric Heating Industry Coalition (NAEHIC) is to inform and educate the home building community about the key reasons why electric heating should remain a viable option for now and the future. Visit http://energyconservationconsulting.net for more information.
Views: 241 greenrevolverLV
Geothermal Heating
 
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Welcome to Ingram's Water and Air Equipment! We will introduce you to geothermal systems and technology, with which you could enjoy the natural warmness of the earth for your home heating and cooling purposes, and do so very economically. Geothermal heat pumps are environmentally friendly, using the earth's even temperature and renewable energy as the source for controlling heating and air conditioning. Unlike a conventional system, geothermal pump systems mainly utilize the earth's warmth for heating and cooling your home. One of the prime benefits associated with its usage is that it helps to lower energy consumption and reduce costs by up to 50%. An added benefit to a geothermal system is that there is no need for separate equipment in order to cool your home. Prolonged operating intervals, gradual and even distribution of heat, zero greenhouse gas emissions, and improved interior comfort are the other significant benefits of using geothermal systems. Let us see how a geothermal system works! The system extracts heat from the ground during winter and puts it back into the ground during summer. For the functioning of all types of geothermal systems, three major components are necessary: ground loop, a heat pump furnace unit, and a distribution system. The ground loop system involves a chain of high density polyethylene pipes, all of which are buried in the home's yard, and its primary function is to collect heat from soil underneath the frost line. Depending upon your home and yard's size, the ground system loop is available in four different configurations: horizontal closed loop, vertical closed loop, and lake or pond closed loop. Open loop systems are the simplest. Used successfully for decades, ground water is drawn from an aquifer through one well, passes through the heat pump's heat exchanger, and is discharged to the same aquifer through a second well at a distance from the first. Generally, two to three gallons per minute per ton of capacity are necessary for effective heat exchange. Since the temperature of ground water is nearly constant throughout the year, open loops are a popular option in areas where they are permitted. The heat extracted from the earth is then transferred to the heat furnace unit, which is located within your home. With the help of the distribution system, this heat reaches the interior of your home. When needed to cool your home, the system reverses, taking the heat out of the air in your home and distributing it through the loop system back into the ground. Geothermal heat pump is a proven technology which evidence is its more than one million users from across the world that use it as a reliable, cost effective option for comfortable home cooling and heating purposes year-round. For more information or to purchase your geothermal heat pump system visit www.betterwayac.com or call us at 1-800-360-1569
NEW SOLAR POP CAN HEATER TEST  RICH ALLEN
 
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TESTING A NEW IDEAL FOR A SOLAR POP CAN HEATER
Views: 403315 RICH ALLEN
Machinery Minute: Heating Poultry Barns
 
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Even though its spring time and seasonal heating costs are going down, farmers are always looking for ways to improve the bottom line. In this report provided by Oklahoma State University's Sun-Up, Clinton Griffiths tells us how poultry producers need to seal-things-up. For more AgDay, visit www.AgDay.com.
Views: 5688 AgWebEditor
Lennox Furnaces
 
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( http://www.lennox.com/products/furnaces/ ) Learn about the innovative technologies that go into making Lennox® furnaces some of the most efficient, affordable and quietest heating systems in the industry.
Mr. Heater Wall Mount Buddy Heater
 
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http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=405027 Reliable, no-smoke heat anywhere you need it. Mount this Heater to any wall... then let it go to work. You'll never need to throw another log on the fire ever again. No noise either, just silent heat. Just the right size for your favorite shack up north or on the lake. Makes a great garage heater, too. From the heating experts at Mr. Heater,® offered for BIG BUCKS OFF at The Guide!
Views: 8686 Sportsman's Guide
HeatMyFloors.com's underfloor heating system options
 
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HeatMyFloors.com Expert Dennis Schramel explains the benefits of electric underfloor heating systems and the products that HeatMyFloors.com has to offer. For more information, visit www.electricunderfloorheatingsystems.com
Views: 2545 HeatMyFloors
Underfloor Heating - Laying Matting
 
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For more helpful video tutorials, check out http://www.toppstiles.co.uk/how-to
Views: 378693 Topps Tiles
diy radiant heating
 
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http://www.krelldistributing.com. 1-888-441-7553 Radiant heat save thousands Do it yourself . If you're tired of stepping out of the shower onto a freezing cold tile floor, maybe it's time for you to look into radiant floor heat--particularly if you're building a new bathroom or doing major remodeling (most types can be difficult to retrofit). DIY Radiant heat is warm and cozy underfoot--it warms you with radiant energy instead of by blowing warmed air into the room the way a more typical forced-air heating system does. DIY Radiant heat floor systems are either hydronic (hot water) or electric. Hydronic systems utilize a system of tubes that wind beneath the floor, transferring warmth from the hot water that circulates within them. They require a special water heater. Electric radiant systems use special electric-resistance panels, coils, or foil to radiate heat. Because these are essentially like the innards of a large toaster, they can draw substantial electric energy when turned on. Unless you have great access to the underside of the floor you want to heat, DIY radiant heat is not easy to retrofit under an existing floor. It's easiest to install it in new construction or where you're tearing-up the floor during a big remodeling project. What's the Right System? The first big question is: Which type of system is better for your DIY Radiant heat project — hydronic or electric? In the case of constructing a new home, a hydronic system will likely be the best choice for use as a sole source of heat for the whole house. If you're building a new home and want to use DIY radiant heat to "spot warm" the home, hydronic may still be your best bet, but the final decision may depend on the difference in cost. Compare prices for both types and explore the varying products on the market before plunking down any money. Electric systems may be your best bet for remodeling. For one thing, hydronic floor systems can elevate the floors by a couple of inches, which can be a problem when remodeling. Some thin electric systems only elevate the floor by about 1/8 inch. Also, the concrete slab of hydronic systems can take a few hours to heat up once they've been turned on. Electric systems usually take between 30 minutes and an hour to heat up. In most cases, electric systems are governed by a timer and a thermostat that homeowners preset with on/off cycles. While the electricity cost of generating 1,000 Btu's may be cheaper with a hydronic system than with an electric system, the way the systems function plays quite a role in energy costs. Hydronic systems are generally left on for a period of months to accommodate the lengthy heat-up time of the systems. Electrical systems are usually timed to switch on and off according to when the homeowners will be at their house. The many "off" sessions cut down the cost of electricity. So consider your lifestyle and how you will be using the heating system. Cost of installation depends on the nature of the job. For remodeling projects or single-room installations in new homes, hydronic systems will cost more to install. However, in large jobs such as whole-house applications in new construction, a hydronic system will cost less. Krell can help dtermine which system is best meets for your needs DIY Radiant Heat Hydronic Installation As mentioned earlier, the tubing in hydronic systems is usually embedded in a concrete slab or a 1 1/2-inch-thick concrete overlay on top of a wood floor. This is usually referred to as a "wet" installation. The tubing can also be suspended in the space below wooden floors or stapled on top of subfloors, which is commonly called a "dry" installation. But a concrete or "wet" installation provides better soundproofing and fireproofing, as well as adds stability and protection to the tubing for a sturdier floor. Almost all tubing for hydronic systems is guaranteed for 25 years, with a lifetime expectancy of 100 years. If you're absolutely determined to tackle a DIY Radiant heat projects yourself, you can take advantage krell distributing's technical support and design services.
Views: 95 Krell Distribution
condensing boilers
 
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http://www.krelldistributing.com. 1-888-441-7553 Radiant heat save thousands Do it yourself . If you're tired of stepping out of the shower onto a freezing cold tile floor, maybe it's time for you to look into radiant floor heat--particularly if you're building a new bathroom or doing major remodeling (most types can be difficult to retrofit). DIY Radiant heat is warm and cozy underfoot--it warms you with radiant energy instead of by blowing warmed air into the room the way a more typical forced-air heating system does. DIY Radiant heat floor systems are either hydronic (hot water) or electric. Hydronic systems utilize a system of tubes that wind beneath the floor, transferring warmth from the hot water that circulates within them. They require a special water heater. Electric radiant systems use special electric-resistance panels, coils, or foil to radiate heat. Because these are essentially like the innards of a large toaster, they can draw substantial electric energy when turned on. Unless you have great access to the underside of the floor you want to heat, DIY radiant heat is not easy to retrofit under an existing floor. It's easiest to install it in new construction or where you're tearing-up the floor during a big remodeling project. What's the Right System? The first big question is: Which type of system is better for your DIY Radiant heat project — hydronic or electric? In the case of constructing a new home, a hydronic system will likely be the best choice for use as a sole source of heat for the whole house. If you're building a new home and want to use DIY radiant heat to "spot warm" the home, hydronic may still be your best bet, but the final decision may depend on the difference in cost. Compare prices for both types and explore the varying products on the market before plunking down any money. Electric systems may be your best bet for remodeling. For one thing, hydronic floor systems can elevate the floors by a couple of inches, which can be a problem when remodeling. Some thin electric systems only elevate the floor by about 1/8 inch. Also, the concrete slab of hydronic systems can take a few hours to heat up once they've been turned on. Electric systems usually take between 30 minutes and an hour to heat up. In most cases, electric systems are governed by a timer and a thermostat that homeowners preset with on/off cycles. While the electricity cost of generating 1,000 Btu's may be cheaper with a hydronic system than with an electric system, the way the systems function plays quite a role in energy costs. Hydronic systems are generally left on for a period of months to accommodate the lengthy heat-up time of the systems. Electrical systems are usually timed to switch on and off according to when the homeowners will be at their house. The many "off" sessions cut down the cost of electricity. So consider your lifestyle and how you will be using the heating system. Cost of installation depends on the nature of the job. For remodeling projects or single-room installations in new homes, hydronic systems will cost more to install. However, in large jobs such as whole-house applications in new construction, a hydronic system will cost less. Krell can help dtermine which system is best meets for your needs DIY Radiant Heat Hydronic Installation As mentioned earlier, the tubing in hydronic systems is usually embedded in a concrete slab or a 1 1/2-inch-thick concrete overlay on top of a wood floor. This is usually referred to as a "wet" installation. The tubing can also be suspended in the space below wooden floors or stapled on top of subfloors, which is commonly called a "dry" installation. But a concrete or "wet" installation provides better soundproofing and fireproofing, as well as adds stability and protection to the tubing for a sturdier floor. Almost all tubing for hydronic systems is guaranteed for 25 years, with a lifetime expectancy of 100 years. If you're absolutely determined to tackle a DIY Radiant heat projects yourself, you can take advantage krell distributing's technical support and design services.
Views: 59 Krell Distribution
Embracing Geothermal Technology
 
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VIEW ROYAL - A Vancouver Island company is integrating geothermal technology into its newest townhouse development. Limona Construction says on average, its geothermal town homes in View Royal will reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions by 3 to 5 tons. The company says homeowners stand to save thousands of dollars on heating and cooling costs. Limona Construction has enlisted Geotility Geothermal Systems to provide engineering, design and geothermal installations for The Plateau townhouse development. At the heart of a geothermal system are one or more ground source heat pumps which operate in a manner similar to a common refrigerator. Unlike conventional heating systems that burn fossil fuels or use electricity to create heat, heat pumps simply move heat from one place to another. View Royal's mayor says The Plateau is an important part of the region's sustainability strategy. The first town homes should be ready by mid-summer 2010.
Views: 2971 ANewsVanIsland
Geoexchange is the best way to heat and cool your homes
 
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Q: What is Geoexchange? A: "Geothermal" is the commonly used term for sourcing heat from the ground. "Geoexchange" is a geothermal application that uses heat from the sun stored in the Earth to provide heating, cooling and hot water for buildings of all types.
Views: 2450 CleanEnergyGeo
heating estimator
 
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http://www.krelldistributing.com. 1-888-441-7553 Radiant heat save thousands Do it yourself . If you're tired of stepping out of the shower onto a freezing cold tile floor, maybe it's time for you to look into radiant floor heat--particularly if you're building a new bathroom or doing major remodeling (most types can be difficult to retrofit). DIY Radiant heat is warm and cozy underfoot--it warms you with radiant energy instead of by blowing warmed air into the room the way a more typical forced-air heating system does. DIY Radiant heat floor systems are either hydronic (hot water) or electric. Hydronic systems utilize a system of tubes that wind beneath the floor, transferring warmth from the hot water that circulates within them. They require a special water heater. Electric radiant systems use special electric-resistance panels, coils, or foil to radiate heat. Because these are essentially like the innards of a large toaster, they can draw substantial electric energy when turned on. Unless you have great access to the underside of the floor you want to heat, DIY radiant heat is not easy to retrofit under an existing floor. It's easiest to install it in new construction or where you're tearing-up the floor during a big remodeling project. What's the Right System? The first big question is: Which type of system is better for your DIY Radiant heat project — hydronic or electric? In the case of constructing a new home, a hydronic system will likely be the best choice for use as a sole source of heat for the whole house. If you're building a new home and want to use DIY radiant heat to "spot warm" the home, hydronic may still be your best bet, but the final decision may depend on the difference in cost. Compare prices for both types and explore the varying products on the market before plunking down any money. Electric systems may be your best bet for remodeling. For one thing, hydronic floor systems can elevate the floors by a couple of inches, which can be a problem when remodeling. Some thin electric systems only elevate the floor by about 1/8 inch. Also, the concrete slab of hydronic systems can take a few hours to heat up once they've been turned on. Electric systems usually take between 30 minutes and an hour to heat up. In most cases, electric systems are governed by a timer and a thermostat that homeowners preset with on/off cycles. While the electricity cost of generating 1,000 Btu's may be cheaper with a hydronic system than with an electric system, the way the systems function plays quite a role in energy costs. Hydronic systems are generally left on for a period of months to accommodate the lengthy heat-up time of the systems. Electrical systems are usually timed to switch on and off according to when the homeowners will be at their house. The many "off" sessions cut down the cost of electricity. So consider your lifestyle and how you will be using the heating system. Cost of installation depends on the nature of the job. For remodeling projects or single-room installations in new homes, hydronic systems will cost more to install. However, in large jobs such as whole-house applications in new construction, a hydronic system will cost less. Krell can help dtermine which system is best meets for your needs DIY Radiant Heat Hydronic Installation As mentioned earlier, the tubing in hydronic systems is usually embedded in a concrete slab or a 1 1/2-inch-thick concrete overlay on top of a wood floor. This is usually referred to as a "wet" installation. The tubing can also be suspended in the space below wooden floors or stapled on top of subfloors, which is commonly called a "dry" installation. But a concrete or "wet" installation provides better soundproofing and fireproofing, as well as adds stability and protection to the tubing for a sturdier floor. Almost all tubing for hydronic systems is guaranteed for 25 years, with a lifetime expectancy of 100 years. If you're absolutely determined to tackle a DIY Radiant heat projects yourself, you can take advantage krell distributing's technical support and design services.
Views: 71 Krell Distribution
REFSIC electric heater
 
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An REFSIC-type electric heater working on air. Two cycles of heating and cooling. Tmax =1400C. Real-time. Find more on www.refsic.ru
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Geothermal Heat Pumps in Affordable Housing
 
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Using geothermal technology in affordable housing. Additional videos and more info is available at www.geoexchange.org You can find a geothermal professional at http://www.geoexchange.org/find-a-pro/geothermal-heat-pump-directory.html
Views: 508 geoexchange
radiant heat diy
 
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http://www.krelldistributing.com. 1-888-441-7553 Radiant heat save thousands Do it yourself . If you're tired of stepping out of the shower onto a freezing cold tile floor, maybe it's time for you to look into radiant floor heat--particularly if you're building a new bathroom or doing major remodeling (most types can be difficult to retrofit). DIY Radiant heat is warm and cozy underfoot--it warms you with radiant energy instead of by blowing warmed air into the room the way a more typical forced-air heating system does. DIY Radiant heat floor systems are either hydronic (hot water) or electric. Hydronic systems utilize a system of tubes that wind beneath the floor, transferring warmth from the hot water that circulates within them. They require a special water heater. Electric radiant systems use special electric-resistance panels, coils, or foil to radiate heat. Because these are essentially like the innards of a large toaster, they can draw substantial electric energy when turned on. Unless you have great access to the underside of the floor you want to heat, DIY radiant heat is not easy to retrofit under an existing floor. It's easiest to install it in new construction or where you're tearing-up the floor during a big remodeling project. What's the Right System? The first big question is: Which type of system is better for your DIY Radiant heat project — hydronic or electric? In the case of constructing a new home, a hydronic system will likely be the best choice for use as a sole source of heat for the whole house. If you're building a new home and want to use DIY radiant heat to "spot warm" the home, hydronic may still be your best bet, but the final decision may depend on the difference in cost. Compare prices for both types and explore the varying products on the market before plunking down any money. Electric systems may be your best bet for remodeling. For one thing, hydronic floor systems can elevate the floors by a couple of inches, which can be a problem when remodeling. Some thin electric systems only elevate the floor by about 1/8 inch. Also, the concrete slab of hydronic systems can take a few hours to heat up once they've been turned on. Electric systems usually take between 30 minutes and an hour to heat up. In most cases, electric systems are governed by a timer and a thermostat that homeowners preset with on/off cycles. While the electricity cost of generating 1,000 Btu's may be cheaper with a hydronic system than with an electric system, the way the systems function plays quite a role in energy costs. Hydronic systems are generally left on for a period of months to accommodate the lengthy heat-up time of the systems. Electrical systems are usually timed to switch on and off according to when the homeowners will be at their house. The many "off" sessions cut down the cost of electricity. So consider your lifestyle and how you will be using the heating system. Cost of installation depends on the nature of the job. For remodeling projects or single-room installations in new homes, hydronic systems will cost more to install. However, in large jobs such as whole-house applications in new construction, a hydronic system will cost less. Krell can help dtermine which system is best meets for your needs DIY Radiant Heat Hydronic Installation As mentioned earlier, the tubing in hydronic systems is usually embedded in a concrete slab or a 1 1/2-inch-thick concrete overlay on top of a wood floor. This is usually referred to as a "wet" installation. The tubing can also be suspended in the space below wooden floors or stapled on top of subfloors, which is commonly called a "dry" installation. But a concrete or "wet" installation provides better soundproofing and fireproofing, as well as adds stability and protection to the tubing for a sturdier floor. Almost all tubing for hydronic systems is guaranteed for 25 years, with a lifetime expectancy of 100 years. If you're absolutely determined to tackle a DIY Radiant heat projects yourself, you can take advantage krell distributing's technical support and design services.
Views: 44 Krell Distribution
Coal-fired Boiler
 
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Zumrut ISI Heating produces high-quality Cast-iron Solid Fuel and Natural Gas/LPG boilers for hydronic central heatig of houses,apartments,greenhouses, storages,house of worships,farms etc. with a capacity range of 20,000 to 7,500,000 kcal/h.The unique design MTZ series Cast-Iron Natural Gas boilers offers AFUE up to 96% with a long-term usage with its strong structure and brand-new design. The coal fired boilers have four main types. 1-Manual Boilers range between 20,000-200,000 kcal/h.The fuel is loaded manuelly in these types of boiler.The small ones(20,000-25,000 kcal/h) has also two sub-types.With or without Steel Cabin 2-Coal-fired boilers with stoker has a storage that distrubutes coal to the combustion pot by a feeder.So You can just put the fuel in the stoker and your boiler can produce heat constantly for long periods. That Types of coal boilers range 25,000 to 200,000 kcal/h. 3-Cylindrical boilers are for bigger boilers for larger facilities such as an apartment,hospital,factory etc.They range between 250,000 to 800,000 kcal/h.They also have two types:with stoker -without stoker. The properties of KTS-KBS series Coal-Fired Boilers: Our KTS-KBS series Coal-fired boilers are produced from high-quality steel .The heat loss in boiler funnel is very low. Cleaning of burnt coals' and materials' ashes is also very easy because of its plated structure over the combustion pot.The ashes on the grate can be easily poured to ash tray with moving the external lever bounded to movable grates.The KTS-KBS series Coal-fired boilers can also use solid-waste materials in addition to coal. With this feature the heating cost of the facility can be reduced. The KTS-KBS series Coal-fired Boilers do not have any smoke problem.Analog or digital control panel is up to customers' choice.In our KTS-KBS boilers with stoker, the 'feeder' distributes the coal equally during the combustion process,. As a result it operates at the lowest possible emissions and highest combustion efficiency.Analog and digital control panels are optional. 4-The Coal-fired&Soild-Fuel boiler for Green-house central Heating with Hydrolic Fuel Feeder -Capacity of The Boilers We produce Coal and Solid-Fuel Hot-Water boilers for Greenhouse Central-Heating ranging 1 million to 7 million kcal/h. -Features of The Boiler -In the Coal-Fired Boilers for Greenhoue Central-Heating the fuel from stoker to combustion pot is automatically fed by a hydrolic ditrubitor. -Nut-shell,walnut-shell,orange and quince size coals can be used as fuel. -Wood,wood blocks,herbal roots and any solid-waste material can be used as fuel in our high-capacity coal-fired boilers. -In case of any hydrolic breakdowns in the distributor of the boiler the fuel can be put manually by openning the front lids of the boiler. -In case of breakdowns in combustion fans the combustion can be continued naturally with oxygen in the air by opening the fan lids. -The Efficincy of Coal-Fired Hot-Water Boilers for Greenhouse Heating The fuel efficieny of the boiler is 95%.Gas emmisions in the funnel and dust particles are very low because of four flat-plate heat-transfer stucture Please visit our website www.zumrutisi.com.tr to see our product catalog. For price and more detailed information please contact with us. -- Zümrütoğulları Isı Makina Otomotiv ve İnşaat Sanayi Tic. Ltd. Şti Adress: Fevzi Çakmak Mah. BÜSAN organize Sanayi 2. Sk. No:14 pk: 42010 Karatay/KONYA/TURKEY Tel: 0090 332 345 15 81-82 Fax: 0090 332 345 15 84 Website: www.zumrutisi.com.tr E-mail: [email protected] :[email protected] Skype ID: ZumrutisiHeating
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My heating system (video request from xctome)
 
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Flow rate and Head Pressure
 
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Choosing the right pump for a solar heating project can be a tedious experience. i recommend getting started with a low cost small pump for small experimental projects. There are some amazing little DC pumps available. this video will give you and idea what to look for in a solar pump.
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How to remove the air from your boiler / heater
 
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How to remove the air from you boiler / heating system. For more detail visit www.askmediy.com
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Light Weight Solar Water Heating Panels @ SolarRoofs.com
 
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How Does a Solar Water Heater Work? Solar water heaters do three basic operations before the hot water comes out of your faucet: 1. Energy Collection: Sunlight, short wave energy, is collected and converted to heat which is long wave energy. The solar collector is mounted on or near your home facing south. As the sunlight passes through the collector's plastic or glass "glazing," it strikes a metal or rubber absorbing material. This material converts the sunlight into long wave heat, and the glazing prevents the heat from escaping much like a greenhouse. It is like leaving a car parked in the sun with its windows rolled up. The temperature inside a glazed solar collector on your roof can easily reach 300°F when there is no heat transfer fluid flowing through it. Because of their high performance, simplicity and cost effectiveness, the most common types of solar collectors used in solar water heaters are glazed flat plate collectors. A glazed flat plate collector consists of a shallow rectangular box with a transparent plastic or glass "window" covering a flat black plate or selective "Chrome" coating. The black plate is attached to a series of parallel tubes or one serpentine tube through which water, or other heat transfer fluids pass. 2. Energy Transfer: Circulating fluids like water in an "Open Loop" or Propylene Glycol in a "Closed Loop" transfer the collected energy in the form of heat to a storage tank. Heat energy is transferred from the collector to the water storage tank. In some water heaters, hot fluid is pumped from the collector to the storage tank. The pump is powered by electricity that either comes from an electrical wall outlet or a small photo voltaic module located near the collector. 3. Energy Storage: Solar-heated water is stored in an insulated tank until you need it. Hot water is drawn off the tank when tap water is used, and cold make-up water enters at the bottom of the tank. If additional heat is needed, it is provided by electricity or fossil fuel energy by the conventional "backup" water-heating system. Solar water heaters tend to have larger hot water storage capacity than conventional water heaters. This is because solar heat is available only during the day and sufficient hot water must be collected to meet evening and morning requirements. How well an active solar energy system performs depends on effective siting, system design, location, and installation. Solar thermal water heating systems, which use the sun's energy rather than electricity or gas to heat water, can efficiently provide 50 to 90% of your hot water needs—without fuel cost or pollution and with minimal operation and maintenance expense. Maintaining Your Solar Heating System Very little maintenance is needed for Skyline® systems and collectors. When there is no rain for a long period of time it is good to rinse your collectors with water to get the dust off. Please see Operations and Maintenance manuals. Most solar water heaters are automatically covered under your homeowner's insurance policy. However, damage from freezing is generally not. Contact your insurance provider to find out the policy. Even if your provider will cover your system, it is best to inform them in writing that you own a new system. See More At: http://solarroofs.com/ For information on Solar Electric view are site at http://acrsolar.com/ We service the greater Sacramento area. Like Us On: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Solar-Roofs/133355243347332
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Buy Cheap Rinnai Tankless Water Heater for Sale
 
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http://astore.amazon.com/rinnaitanklesswaterheater-20 Welcome to Rinnai Tankless Water Heater Online Store.
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Schiedel The Gift of Energy - Radiant Heat.VOB
 
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Clip out of the Schiedel Movie "Gift of Energy"
Radiant Heater Plano
 
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Pure, essential, ultra-flat design. The comfort of a modern habitat in just 5 cm of thickness. Plano electric soft heater incorporates OPTIPOWER technology: two different heating systems integrated into a single appliance. PLANO is able to guarantee a constant and uniform warmth creating a cosy and snug feeling, avoiding any kind of unpleasant air circulation or current. More info at http://intelligentheat.co.uk/full-range/radiant-range/
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Webasto parking heater - functioning
 
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All Webasto parking heaters work according to the same principle and ensure a pleasant feel-good climate in a very efficient way: When the parking heater is activated a flame ignites in the combustion chamber. The vehicle's cooling water is pumped through the heater and heated by the flame. The hot water now flows to the heat exchanger in the vehicle's heating system where the warm air is blown directly into the passenger compartment by the fan. Snow, frost and ice melt, the windows clear. The warm water then flows to the engine which is also heated up. The cycle begins again once the cooling water has flown back to the heater. www.parkingheater.com
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How To Make Home Energy Efficient
 
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Part 3 - What are energy efficient windows? (Build it Better)
 
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Episode 3 - What are energy efficient windows? From Efficiency NB, the Conservation Council of NB and Rogers TV comes Build It Better, an exciting new show examining the basic principles of building an energy efficient home. Join our own energy advisor Joe Waugh and the Conversation Council's Julie Michaud in a 4 part series that looks at everything with a keen eye on efficiency: home construction, insulation, heating options, and other developing trends that keep the heat in and the heating bills low.
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Hot Water From Your Wood Stove
 
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"Survival Doc" finds a previously owned stovepipe water heater at an estate sale and demonstrates how to make an energy-saving wood stove water heater.
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