The heat exchanger consists of a series of tubes covered in metal fins which, when filled with hot water, will transfer the heat to the air passing through them. These tubes are connected to a pump which circulates the hot water.
This method of heating is called 'hydronic' but you may have heard it referred to as a 'hot-water heating system', or a 'radiant heat' system' - they all mean the same thing. In Australia, most people refer to the units as radiators.
Hydronic Heating Installations in Geelong
Installation of hydronic heating systems involves the installation of several components such as pipes, pumps, radiators and valves. These components are connected to the boiler to create a complete system.
When it comes to safety, they are extremely safe and reliable. Unlike traditional heating systems that involve the use of combustible fuels such as natural gas, hydronic heating Geelong systems use electricity, which is much safer. Imagine a giant kettle, the boiler, and the heated water is safely pushed around the house, transferring the heat through radiators.
You can even use the radiators to dry or warm up clothing. Additionally, these systems are designed with several built-in safety features for added protection.
Overall, they are the perfect solution for homes looking for a safe, energy efficient and affordable way to heat their home.
With installation services provided by our professional technicians, you can get your system up and running in no time!
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