Heating outlets: registers and radiators in Visual Studio .NET

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The most effective location in a room for forced-warm-air registers and hot-water and steam radiators is along the exterior wall near windows or doors. This enables the heated air to mix with the cold air that very often infiltrates into the interior through the joints around windows and doors. Of course, if the joints are properly caulked and weatherstripped, the air infiltration on a cold, windy day will be minimized. Most homes, however, are not adequately caulked and weatherstripped. (See the section on caulking and weatherstripping in chapter 19.) The mixing of warm air with the cold air around the exterior walls will eliminate cold spots, reduce drafts, and produce a more uniform heat distribution in the room. If the registers or radiators are not located along the exterior walls in any of the rooms, the overall heat distribution in those rooms might be less than what you consider desirable. All central heating systems have advantages and limitations. If you feel that the type of heating system is crucial to your decision on whether to buy the house, these advantages and limitations are important. Your decision, however, should be based on fact and not hearsay. I have had many clients tell me that they would consider only a house heated with a hot-water system because a warm-air system is too dry. Well, all heating systems are too
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dry unless the air is intentionally humidified. I have been in homes heated with a hot-water system where the humidity was less than 10 percent, and I have been in homes heated with warm humidified air where the humidity was over 30 percent. Since a hot-water system does not have ducts, the house cannot be humidified from a central location as with a warm-air system. The advantages and limitations of various heating systems are discussed later in this chapter.
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Thermostat and master shutoff
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There are many types of controls for heating systems. The ones most familiar to homeowners are the thermostat and the master shutoff. The thermostat is used to turn on or shut down the heating system on an as-needed basis automatically. It is a temperature-sensitive switch that normally operates at low voltage (24 volts), although some operate at line voltage (110 volts). As the temperature drops below the thermostat setting, contacts within the thermostat close, activating the heating system. When the temperature in the room containing the thermostat rises above the setting, the contacts open, shutting down the heating system. In some thermostats, the contacts are exposed to air and dust and should be cleaned periodically. Otherwise, a dust layer can form on the contacts that prevents them from operating properly. Over the years, the contacts in some thermostats become worn because of cleaning and no longer close properly. These thermostats require replacement. In newer thermostats, the contacts are encased in a glass enclosure or have been replaced by a sealed mercury switch. In a house with a multizoned heating system, each zone will be controlled by a thermostat. The placement of the thermostat is quite important. Since the thermostat senses only Thermostat and master shutoff 183
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the temperature in the surrounding area, the placement of the thermostat must be such that the temperature in that area is representative of the temperature for the entire house or for that zone. The thermostat must never be placed in a draft or in an area where air circulation is blocked. Research has indicated that by lowering the thermostat setting 5 to 10 degrees prior to going to sleep and resetting it in the morning, you can save 5 to 15 percent of your fuel bill, depending on your geographical location. If you want to take advantage of these savings but feel that you might forget to lower the thermostat setting each night, you can replace the regular thermostat with a clock thermostat. A clock thermostat will automatically lower the temperature setting each night and raise it each morning. From a convenience point of view, a clock thermostat is very worthwhile. If the house does not have a clock thermostat, you should consider its installation. Some units allow for a double setback, which is useful in houses that are empty during the day. Every heating system should have at least one master shutoff switch. Usually, the switch is located near the furnace or boiler. Sometimes the switch is located at the top of the stairs that lead to the basement. In the event of a problem with the heating system, this switch can be used as an emergency shutoff for the burner. The switch is also used by a repairman when servicing the system. By turning the master switch off, no one can inadvertently turn the heating system on by raising the thermostat.
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