Furnaces and Boilers Professionalمنذ 9 أشهر - Automobiles - Algiers - 174 الآراء
The Organic Heat Carrier Furnace is a new type of special boiler, also known as a hot oil heater. It has the characteristics of low pressure and high temperature operation. The heating temperature can reach 340°C in liquid phase or 400°C in vapor phase. Those processes that require uniform and stable heating, and do not allow direct flame heating, can be heated by organic heat carrier in various production situations where the heating temperature is between 150°C and 380°C. Organic heat carrier furnaces generally use coal, oil, and gas as fuel, oil as the medium, and use a hot oil circulating pump to force the liquid to circulate the medium. The heat energy is transferred to the heating equipment, and then returned to the oven for reheating. Working temperature, and can run on medium and high precision control. The system has high thermal efficiency and convenient operation and maintenance. It is an ideal choice for safe, efficient and energy-saving heating equipment.
Coal Fired Organic Heat Carrier Furnaces heat air and distribute the heated air through the house using ducts. Boilers heat water and provide either hot water or steam for heating. Steam is distributed via pipes to steam radiators, and hot water can be distributed via baseboard radiators or radiant floor systems, or can heat air via a coil. Steam Boilers operate at a higher temperature than hot water boilers, and are inherently less efficient; however, high-efficiency versions of all types of furnaces and boilers are currently available.
Understanding the Efficiency Rating of Furnaces and Boilers
A central Fuel Gas Organic Heat Carrier Furnace or boiler's efficiency is measured by annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE). The Federal Trade Commission requires new furnaces or boilers to display their AFUE so consumers can compare heating efficiencies of various models. AFUE is a measure of how efficient the appliance is in converting the energy from fuel to heat over the course of a typical year.
Specifically, AFUE is the ratio of the furnace's or boiler's annual heat output compared to its total annual fossil fuel energy consumed. An AFUE of 90% means that 90% of the energy in the fuel becomes heat for the home and the other 10% escapes up the chimney and elsewhere. AFUE doesn't include the heat losses of the duct system or piping, which can be as much as 35% of the energy for output of the furnace when ducts are located in the attic, garage, or other partially conditioned or unconditioned space.