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I am not sure whether it was divine intervention or just plain luck that allowed these brave firefighters to walk away from this.
The heating system for this hunting lodge complex includes a wood-gasification boiler, radiant floor heating and hydronic unit heaters.
One of the things I have learned about this industry is that no matter how much you think you know, things can still surprise and humble you
We were talking about early heating systems, Ara and I. I had questions and he had answers. When you want to know stuff about how things began, it pays to ask someone who has been dead for a while. Guys like that were there at the start and saw most of it for themselves.
One of the most misunderstood portions of the commercial heating system is the gas train. The gas train is a series of components that safely feed natural or propane gas into the burner.
Uponor’s Fast Trak knobbed mats provide a faster method for installing PEX tubing in a radiant floor heating system.
I was chatting with an engineer the other day. She called to ask me some questions about old steam-heating systems, particularly those of the New York City variety.