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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Contract notice: acquisition of a chassis sweeper 12 tons maximum without auxiliary heat engine
Other sources, like a portable electric burner, can come in handy as an auxiliary heat source.
An auxiliary heat and forced convection are recommended for assuring reliability and better control, respectively.
In cases where heating loads exceed cooling predominantly, additional secondary heat capacity from a gas furnace for other types of auxiliary heat is employed.
This creates near perfect environment separation across any open doorway while providing auxiliary heat as needed.
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.
He feels no auxiliary heat is necessary when units are properly functioning.
If tramming distances are expected to be longer, an optional auxiliary heat exchanger integrated within the dust scrubber can cool the oil and extend the travel distance.
The capacity range is the industry's widest and can even eliminate the need for auxiliary heat.
Generous local merchants and community organizations helped out: The Merrill Rotary Club donated a beautiful Vermont Castings Encore woodstove to provide auxiliary heat.
In the end, it was a better solution to go with an active regen model where we actively add auxiliary heat, using the electrical system of the tractor engine.
Electric fireplaces do not need a venting system and provide auxiliary heat without some of the problems of wood-burning fireplaces.

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