All of us enjoy warm water and usually take it for granted don’t we? All you need to do is turn the faucet handle and out comes the warm water.
But how does that water get warm in the first place? Well, we will try our best to explain this extravagant invention so you have knowledge about what you are getting next time you jump in the shower on a chilly Winter time afternoon.
A warm water heater is a machine that supplies warm water to a loft or building. There are many types of warm water heaters. These rely on a warm water boiler, a steam boiler, a heat pump, and a propane boiler. Each style of warm water heater has its own pros and cons. However, all warm water heating systems function in the same way, that is to heat water and then circulate it throughout a loft or building. The most respected style of warm water heater is the warm water boiler. Hot water boilers use natural gas, propane, or oil to heat water. The warm water is then circulated through a loft or building using pipes. Steam boilers, on the other hand, use electricity to heat water. The warm water is then circulated through a loft or building using steam pipes. Heat pumps share a similarity to warm water boilers in that they use electricity to heat water. Instead of using pipes to circulate the warm water, they use a heat pump. Propane boilers are similar to warm water boilers in that they use natural gas, propane, or oil to heat water. But, instead of using pipes to circulate the warm water, they require a propane boiler.