hot-water supply

hot-water supply

A combination of equipment and piping capable of providing a continuous supply of hot water for domestic purposes, usually between about 120° and 140°F (approx. 50° and 60°C).
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Summary: Tokyo [Japan], Jan 10 (ANI): Rinnai Corporation, a manufacturer of thermal energy equipments such as hot-water supply and air-conditioning has combined gas and electricity optimally to develop a hybrid hot water supply and heating system titled "Eco One".
Its electricity output will power the buildings air-conditioning systems, and the hot water will be stored in a new tank and used in the buildings hot-water supply system.
Of course the cold-water tank would need to be insulated but the disruption to the domestic hot-water supply system would be minimised which would save on installation costs.
By combining MHI's DC inverter technology for outdoor units established through its air-conditioner business and NIBE's technology applied to hot-water supply and other units, the two companies plan to introduce products that are both highly efficient in energy saving and high in performance.
ScaldGuard constantly monitors itself--it will temporarily adjust the hot-water supply if it detects that unsafe water temperatures may be delivered.
which began offering a similar discount regime for users opting to use its electricity to meet all their cooking, hot-water supply and air conditioning needs, officials said.
The center, with a floor space of 4,300 square meters, uses environmentally friendly facilities such as a solar hot-water supply system and a natural ventilation system, according to the officials.
Each flat had a we and a (separate) kitchen, but there were no bathrooms, no hot-water supply and, although lifts were proposed by Garnier, none was provided.
It will also manage heat-pump type hot-water supply systems and large-size centrifugal chillers currently handled by MHI's air-conditioning and refrigeration systems business headquarters in Japan.
The officials said the program to begin in fiscal 2003 will involve using power-saving geothermal heat pumps for hot-water supply and air conditioning at public facilities such as hospitals, libraries, and city halls in 60 areas across Japan.
introduces SMA application technologies investigating SMAs in electrical applications, hot-water supply, construction and housing, automobiles and railways and aerospace engineering