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Central heating systems 182 Heating outlets: registers and radiators 183 Thermostat and master shutoff 183 Warm-air systems 184 Advantages 185 Disadvantages 185 Gravity warm air 185 Forced warm air 187 Controls 187 Distribution systems 188 Supply registers and return grille 189 Heat pump 190 Hot-water systems 190 Gravity hot water 191 Forced hot water 192 Boilers 192 Advantages and disadvantages 194 Distribution piping 194 Radiators 196 Panel heating 197 Controls 197 Steam heating systems 199 Distribution piping 199 Controls 200 Domestic water heater 202 Advantages and disadvantages 202 Hybrid heating systems 202 Steam hot water 202 Hot water warm air 203
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Heating systems fall into two principal categories central heating and area heaters. In a central heating system, warm air, hot water, or steam is generated in one location of the house and is distributed through ducts or pipes to heat other portions of the house. An area heater is basically a space heater and is used to provide warmth to the room in which it is located, as with a fireplace or potbellied stove. The area heaters of today, however, are much more sophisticated and are equipped with temperature and safety controls. The principal energy sources used in heating systems are gas, oil, and electricity. To some extent, coal, wood, and solar energy are also used for heating residential structures.
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Most of the homes in the United States have central heating systems. The basic components of these systems are A burner for converting gas or oil to heat or a resistance coil for converting electrical energy to heat. A heat exchanger for transferring this heat to the air or water. When the heat exchanger is used to produce warm air, it is a furnace. When it produces hot water or steam, it is a boiler. Because many people have unknowingly been calling a boiler a furnace, the term furnace is pretty much the generic name for the heat exchanger. A distribution system, consisting of ducts or pipes for conveying the warm air, hot water, or steam to the various parts of the house. Heat outlets such as registers (vents) or radiators for transferring heat into the room. Automatic safety and temperature controls. 182 Heating systems I
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A central heating system provides heat to the rooms throughout the house and in some cases to the nonhabitable areas such as the garage or unfinished basement. In many cases, the system can be extended to provide heat to additions or modifications to the house such as a finished attic or a new dormer. Whether the heating system can be extended depends on its heating capacity and the configuration of the distribution system. If you are thinking about extending the heating system of the house, you should consult a professional to determine its feasibility. One advantage of central heating is that the distribution system can be designed so that the house is divided into separate heating areas, zones. A multizoned house is more economical and more efficient to heat. Zoning is used to maintain the same or different temperatures in various parts of the house. Only those rooms that require it need be heated. Zone control is automatic. Each zone has a thermostat control that opens and closes valves for hot-water and steam systems or dampers for a warm-air system. If the house was originally designed with only one heating zone and you are considering converting it to a multizone system, have the conversion plans checked out by a professional. The configuration of the distribution system might be such that conversion to a multizone system is not economically justifiable. Reaching the breakeven point on your investment (cost versus fuel savings) can take many years. One of the problems of a central heating system is distributing the heat evenly to all parts of the house. The larger the house, the more difficult it is to obtain an even distribution. Often the registers or radiators farthest from the furnace or boiler do not supply as much heat as those that are closest. Minimizing this problem is called balancing the heating system and requires the use of dampers for warm-air systems, throttling
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valves for hot-water systems, and certain types of air valves for steam systems. Balancing the heating system to your family s requirements is best performed after living in the house for a while. It might be that the system is already properly balanced for your needs and requires no further adjustment. Balancing is discussed in this chapter in the sections pertaining to the various systems.
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