How to select proper and suitable heating system for your house

 

Portable heaters provide you with the added warmth of your home and areas where the central heating system is not available. It increases energy efficiency and allows you to heat the part you want. There are two basic types of portable heaters you can choose from (electric heaters – gas heaters).

Gas heat exchangers produce heat by burning fuel such as propane H, natural gas or kerosene.

Electric heaters:

There are two types of electric convection thermal radiation:

Convection Heaters: The most efficient option for using wide area heating power. Convection heaters are used to transfer liquid heat through oil or electric heating. Oil heaters require refilling. They are more efficient in closed rooms because they require that doors not be opened during operation.

Fan heaters: is one of the types of halogen heaters you can direct it to focus the warmth in certain areas and has been designed in many shapes and types and rumored to be used in bedrooms, office rooms are the most appropriate for these places.

Thermal radiation heaters: Also known as reflective heaters. It works by directing the infrared in the warm-up process and gives the feeling to stand a lot of heat resulting from standing under the sun. So it is an effective solution for people who are looking for heating for a few hours. It operates in silence and does not depend on air movement, reduces energy costs.

Gas heaters: Portable gas heaters are usually the best heating option for spacious, well ventilated areas such as outdoor areas. It is not recommended to use indoor gas heaters and produce harmful gases such as carbon monoxide and reduce the amount of oxygen in the area, Banned indoor use. Gas heaters rely on a variety of fuels:
Such as propane heaters, they provide heat for hours using 20, 40 or 100 pounds of fuel and available in different sizes. Very ideal for spacious spaces.

Natural gas heaters: Natural gas heaters require a gas tank. You can easily disconnect them when you do not need to use them.

Kerosene Heaters: Kerosene heat exchangers are used to absorb and burn kerosene

The most common types of household heaters:

Oil Heaters:

Advantages of oil heaters

Oil Heaters Economically: Fuel prices have been better than gas prices. You can get the oil needed for household waste faster and less heat.
Convectors are safe and inflammable when inhaling non-lethal oil fumes. This does not make you ignore the fact that oil heaters release smoke and odors that may be troublesome to you.

Heaters Oil and Hygiene: About 28, 9000 Americans use oil heaters because they are comfortable and provide heat to heat the house.

Disadvantages of oil heaters:

Fumes produced from oil: means exhaust that accumulates over time on heaters. This exhaust is a big problem especially in large oil heaters that need to be ventilated. So that the fumes do not accumulate in the chimney and have devastating effects so it must contain cleaning systems to prevent this problem.

Carbon monoxide production: Carbon monoxide is one of the fumes produced by oil when it is burned in the heater to generate heat. Therefore, the place should be well ventilated and rarely cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Therefore, it is not recommended to use it in small places to prevent the leakage of carbon monoxide.

Damage to the environment: Oil heaters can be caused by leaks of oils and this oil has serious damage as it leads to poisoning plants, animals and soil.

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