According to one of the definitions, a heating system is a set of technical elements designed to receive, transfer and transfer to all heated rooms the amount of heat necessary to maintain the temperature at a given level.
What are these elements? To obtain heat, sources of various scales and levels of technical complexity can be used – from thermal power plants and nuclear power plants to wall-mounted gas boilers. As a means of transfer, piping systems filled with coolants are used – as a rule, fluids with high heat capacity and low viscosity. In most cases, ordinary water is used. Heat is transferred from the coolant directly to the atmosphere of the room through heating radiators – cast iron, steel, aluminum or bimetal. All together, as mentioned earlier, these elements represent a heating system.
Another important human need is the need for water. To satisfy it, a water supply system was created that delivers sufficient water to our homes for drinking and domestic needs. Continue reading