Principle and Characteristics of Heat Exchanger for Heating System

Principle and Characteristics of Heat Exchanger for Heating System

29 Dec 2018

Heaters are very common in our daily life, but most people still don't understand them as heat exchangers that allow heating and hot water to work together. Next, I will introduce the principle and characteristics of the heat exchanger.

Working Principle of Heating Heat Exchanger-Introduction of Heating Heat Exchanger Principle

Pressure storage heat exchanger converts tap water into hot water by heating heat. The larger the volume of heat exchanger, the more hot water stored. During heating, the temperature of water stored in the heat exchanger is the same as that of heating water. When you run out of a bucket of hot water, without management, the heat exchanger automatically replenishes cold water.

The amount of hot water is determined by the heating temperature of the user and the length of time after the user stops using it. The higher the heating temperature is, the longer the shutdown time is, the higher the temperature of hot water stored in the cylinder, until the temperature reaches the heating temperature, to ensure the need.
Working principle of central heating heat exchanger - characteristics of the central heating heat exchanger.

1. Easy to use

Simple heating equipment only has the function of heating, but the heat exchanger can not only provide 24 hours of hot water in winter, and because there is a radiator, so it can also make the indoor temperature higher, with heating function. So this is very convenient to use, and the consumption of energy is very low, which means that the heat exchanger is dual-use.

2. Safety

Generally, most of the water heaters need either gas or electricity to heat, but the heat exchanger does not need energy at all, as long as it is connected with the radiator or heating pipe, it can be used safely. So it is concluded that this equipment is the safest product, because there is no fear of gas leakage, and there is no need to worry about being electrified. So if there are children or old people in the family, the choice of heat exchanger can be said to be the most reassuring.

3. Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection

Since a heat exchanger can heat hot water only by means of a radiator or a heating system, it is of course the most energy-saving equipment, and using external forces to heat hot water itself is also a way of environmental protection.