warm-air heating system


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warm-air heating system

A warm-air heating plant consisting of a fuel-burning furnace, enclosed in a casing, from which the heated air is distributed to various rooms of the building through ducts.
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Water-based heating systems required 43% lower auxiliary exergy input than the warm-air heating system without heat recovery and 68% lower auxiliary exergy input than the warm-air heating system with heat recovery.
Often, the same duct system is used for forced, warm-air heating systems and central air conditioners.