auxiliary heat

auxiliary heat

The additional heat which is supplied by a conventional heating system in a house when its solar energy system fails to deliver sufficient energy to heat the house to a comfortable temperature. See auxiliary energy subsystem.
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By using the novel intensified reactor, direct conversion of biogas to pure hydrogen is achieved in a single step, which results in an increase of the overall efficiency and strong decrease of volumes and auxiliary heat management units.
An auxiliary heat and forced convection are recommended for assuring reliability and better control, respectively.
2 insulating value; Down flow kit available to reverse airflow direction; Standard plug-in connection allows easy integration with auxiliary heat when using the optional relay kit.
The capacity range is the industry's widest and can even eliminate the need for auxiliary heat.
Because this was such a popular community project, generous donations were willingly offered, including a non-catalytic firebrick-lined Vermont Castings Encore woodstove, donated by the Merrill Rotary Club, to provide auxiliary heat to the building.
An oversize hydraulic tank and high-capacity, auxiliary heat exchanger provides the extra cooling that leads to long component life and low down time.
Based on thermostat conditions and equipment sensor inputs, the PIC16F877 controls outputs including compressor speed, outdoor fan speed, the crankcase heater, the reversing valve, auxiliary heat, and an electrical expansion valve.
The auxiliary heat should be added with care to either side of the assembly, and the joint(s) being reworked should be desoldered from the solder side of the assembly.
Further, the system is capable of controlling an extruder and one additional speed-controlled device, as well as the temperature of the extruder and associated auxiliary heat zones.
The fully automatic, PLC-controlled system employs a heat exchanger for maximum fuel efficiency - a characteristic enhanced by Carondelet's addition of auxiliary heat recovery equipment from GMD.
The covered bridge linking the two structures not only creates a dramatic passageway, it also serves as a solar collector, providing auxiliary heat for both the master bedroom and the main house.
They have adjustable blower static pressure; choice of three fan speeds for optimum comfort; highly efficient DC motor and a forward curved blower ensures quiet, consistent CFM operation; Plug-in connection for auxiliary heat with optional relay kit; Control board includes a condensate overflow switch connection; and pre-painted heavy-gauge steel cabinets with 1" insulation feature an R-4.

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