Home heating stove: design features

For thou­sands of years, peo­ple have used the stove as the main source of heat for heat­ing their homes and cook­ing. Nowa­days, clas­sic stoves have not lost their rel­e­vance: they are suc­cess­ful­ly used in places where there are dif­fi­cul­ties with…

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instruction for beginners and experts

Expan­zomat, or, as it is com­mon­ly called, an expan­sion tank, is the most impor­tant ele­ment of any autonomous heat­ing sys­tem (CO). The pur­pose of this device is to com­pen­sate for ther­mal expan­sion and replen­ish minor coolant leaks. If the vol­ume…

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Independent repair of chimneys, fireplaces and stoves

The per­for­mance and oper­a­tional safe­ty of any heat­ing device depends entire­ly on its con­di­tion. Stoves and fire­places are no excep­tion. This pub­li­ca­tion will address issues relat­ed to the need and meth­ods for self-repair and main­te­nance of this equip­ment. [con­tents] Causes…

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terms and types of work performance

Every­one knows that the effi­cient oper­a­tion of a heat­ing sys­tem (CO) depends on cor­rect­ly per­formed cal­cu­la­tions, well-cho­sen ele­ments and pro­fes­sion­al instal­la­tion. Soon­er or lat­er, process­es occur in any heat­ing sys­tem that sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduce its per­for­mance. Reg­u­lar “heal­ing”, pre­ven­tive mea­sures are…

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Electric heating systems: economic attractiveness

As you know, in our coun­try, gas is the cheap­est fuel avail­able for use in the heat­ing sys­tems of build­ings and struc­tures. Despite this, many of our com­pa­tri­ots choose heat­ing schemes (CO), in which elec­tric­i­ty acts as an ener­gy car­ri­er.…

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