Category Archives: HVAC (heat pump)

heater

Who does not want to save money on their water heater bills? Did you know that your water bills count up to 18 % of your total bills? It definitely makes your pockets hurt, huh? Have you ever taken your hot water for granted and when your water heater was broken down you felt betrayed and had to shower with cold water on a Monday morning? In this article, you will learn how to create an efficient home; saving money and energy. 10 Water Heater Tips; 1. Lower The Thermostat Many manufacturers already have a certain degree for their water heater, which is normally at 60 degrees Celsius but most homes are mostly comfortable at 48 degrees Celsius. When you are done with the adjustment you will want to take a quick shower to see if there is a noticeable difference in the temperature. If it does not make a…

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hot water system

There are a plethora of hot water systems on the market, and you have a wide array of choices to choose from. However, this can be a bit dicey because you don’t know what the hot water system is perfect for you. Don’t worry because we are here to help you out and talk you through the different types of hot water systems and which one would best fit your needs. Each of these different systems has its own advantages and disadvantages, and each one of them will fit someone’s need. So without further ado, let’s learn more about these different systems. The different types of hot water systems: 1. Solar hot water system This is the most expensive water system on the list, and it is expensive to buy and install. But on the brighter side, its running cost is significantly lower. For, me the advantages of a solar…

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Heat Pump

How Does a Heat Pump Work? Contents – Principles of heat pump operation – Explanations of how a heat pump works – How a heat pump works according to its type – Avoid heat pumps with piston compressors Although an air conditioner can technically be called a heat pump, the word “heat pump” is more commonly used to refer to an HVAC system that can pump heat both inside and outdoors. Heat pumps can move heat in both directions: from the inside to the outside (cooling) and from the outside to the inside (heating).  To understand all the advantages of a heat pump, its limitations, and maintenance constraints, you need to know how it works, and this post tells you what it’s all about. Principles of heat pump operation Heat pump operation is based on heat transfer between a heat transfer fluid and a surrounding environment. The so-called “refrigerant” has…

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