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".
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".
In addition to the conventional hot-water supply function, it can circulate the heat for the function of floor heating.
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.
Targeting the residential heating and hot-water supply market in western and northern Europe, MHI will newly enter this market with a system that utilizes hot water and features the company's energy-saving heat-pump technology.
ScaldGuard constantly monitors itself--it will temporarily adjust the hot-water supply if it detects that unsafe water temperatures may be delivered.
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.
In Japan, there are only 40 cases of geothermal heat being used -- for hot-water supply, air conditioning and snow-melting systems, they said.
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.
If the hot-water supply line temperature unexpectedly increases to a dangerous level while inlet water pressure remains constant, the pressure-balancing valve will continue to pass the water, but at a dramatically increased temperature.
HydroGuard TIP valves respond to pressure changes of 50% or more, and feature an approach temperature of only 5[degrees]F, which allows the mixed temperature to be within only 5[degrees]F of the hot-water supply temperature.