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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The DHRS consists of the auxiliary heat exchanger, the heat sink, and pipelines.
Other sources, like a portable electric burner, can come in handy as an auxiliary heat source.
Figure 10a presents an hourly auxiliary heat profile of the tenth year for both G3-1b and G9-5b, the smallest and the biggest DX-GSHPs, respectively.
The existing building hot water heating system was redesigned with a low temperature, condensing hot water boiler designed to provide 120[degrees]F (49[degrees]C) heating hot water to the office areas and to provide auxiliary heat to the locker rooms.
An auxiliary heat and forced convection are recommended for assuring reliability and better control, respectively.
This creates near perfect environment separation across any open doorway while providing auxiliary heat as needed.
Key features include capacities between 12,000-54,000 Btu/h; Extremely quiet, with sound ratings as low as 29 dB(a); An adjustable blower static pressure; High efficiency DC Motors and a forward curved blower provide quiet, efficient operation, even with varying input voltages; The control board allows an easy connection for a condensate overflow safety switch; The cabinets are constructed of heavy gauge pre-painted steel with one-inch insulation providing an R-4.2 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.
While liquidity conditions are gradually weakening with running finances expected to be near exhaustion, analysts expect fuel cost savings from a planned conversion of plant's auxiliary heat load to coal from FY15.
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. Eleven casement windows, two steel doors and the attractive, split-faced construction block came from local businesses.
"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.

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