Tip 1: Select a country heating system
Tip 1: Select a country heating system
Building a house is a complex and lengthy onea process that requires solving a set of tasks. One of these tasks is the right choice of heating system in your home. Most often in the country houses there is no central heating, so the only way out is to install an independent heating system. Heating systems are classified according to the type of fuel: coal or wood, natural gas, liquefied gas, diesel fuel.
Heating using natural gas
Today, heating is widely used on naturalgas. First of all, this is due to the low cost of raw materials and high efficiency. If there is a gas pipeline in the vicinity of the house, then this option is the most optimal heating option. If there is no gas pipeline nearby, it is better to use another method, since gas pipeline laying is a very expensive process.
This method of heating is often chosen because of the lowcost of raw materials. However, coal heating is not the most effective. It can only be used to heat small rooms. Other shortcomings include the inability to automate the supply of fuel, the formation of harmful substances in the process of combustion, the need for waste disposal.
Heating with diesel fuel
One of the few advantages of this typeheating - this is an automatic fuel supply. The disadvantages are much more: an unpleasant smell during combustion, the formation of harmful emissions, a relatively high cost of fuel.
This is one of the most common speciesheating. It is chosen because of the convenience, environmental friendliness, the ability to automate the heating process. The only drawbacks are the relatively high cost of fuel, as well as the need for power from reliable power stations.
Heating with LPG
When using this type of heating inThe quality of fuel is a liquefied hydrocarbon, which is a mixture of propane and butane. Such fuel does not have a negative impact and completely burns without emitting harmful emissions. When using LPG heating, local gas supply is necessary. The gasification procedure is rather expensive, but the fuel costs are minimal.
Tip 2: How to choose a pump in the heating system
Most urban residents sooner or laterbecome happy owners of country houses. If before the summer life lasted only during the summer, now the season lasts almost the whole year. Modern man needs the usual comfort. That's why you need to take care of a good system heating systems.
Few people know that in order to supportthe normal temperature in the room, you need to install not only a heating boiler and pipes with batteries, but also a number of complex devices and devices, without which the house will be cold. One of such irreplaceable devices is the circulation pump. Installation of such a pump is best trusted by professionals, but in this issue it is also best to orient yourself and the owners of houses.
What is a circulation pump? This unit is mounted directly into the pipeline. It is he who ensures the transfer of the coolant through the pipeline. For a private house heating system, it is best to use pumps with a "wet rotor", for example, GRUNDFOS type UPS. It differs in that the moving parts are cooled and lubricated with the help of a flowing liquid. As a result, the unit operates reliably and without various noises. Modern circulation pumps are economical, reliable, durable, have small dimensions and operate without noise.
For a house with an area of more than 150 sq.m., it is necessary to apply compulsory circulation of the coolant. The fact is that natural convection can not ensure a uniform heating of all heating appliances. The CN produces fluid movement throughout the system at a given rate. Heat quickly reaches all corners of the building. This is why it is important to select the pump in accordance with the hydraulic parameters of the particular heating system.
When choosing a pump, first of all, you need to haveinformation on how much heat is needed to fully heat the house. This calculation is rather complicated. It includes many parameters. Therefore, this work is best entrusted to specialists. As a result of this calculation, the required volume flow of the coolant in the system will be determined. Then you can proceed to the selection of the pump.