steam heating system

steam heating system

A system in which heat is transferred from a boiler or other source of heat to the radiators by means of steam at, above, or below atmospheric pressure.
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Long term, an additional project will replace the remaining portions of the campus steam heating system at KSU.
It appears that the steam boiler serves the steam heating system.
The second method uses the high temperature condensate from the steam heating system for the Microfilm tube to generate flash steam that is used in the syrup pre-cooker.
EWEB has owned the steam heating system - in addition to its electric and water utilities - since buying it from a private firm in 1962.
The 70,000-gallon pool features underwater lights and a piped-in steam heating system.
From building a handball court to keeping a 50-year-old plumbing and steam heating system operational," she says, "he has consistently exhibited dedication, ingenuity and a positive attitude.
Our pipes, especially the steam heating system, were likely to last years longer if we used only rainwater in them.
We had a steam heating system that was about 80 years old.
In a steam heating system, water is heated to the boiling point and convened to steam under pressure.
The Waldorf does however have a steam heating system, which was kept available during a major renovation.
regarding the White House steam heating system came in 2001, when the
Last, but certainly not least, is the use of a treatment program designed for a steam heating system.