Heating system components
The heating system generally consists of two main parts
- The outside part of the house includes a boiler room including (boiler, pumps, scorching, safety control devices)
- The inside part of the house includes
- The pipes which carry the hot water from the boiler to the radiators
- Radiators that heat the house
- The boiler which heats the water instead of the electric heaters inside the house in the summer and winter
The method of how heating radiators work by gas or diesel
- The boiler, the most important part of the central heating system, is the place where combustion occurs to heat the water in the pipes, which is responsible for the heating of the house, where a flame is created and the fire is heating the water connected to the water pipes thus heating the water.
- Water pipes, distributed throughout the house and related to radiators. These tubes are responsible for carrying the water to the boiler, and also to carry hot water from the boiler to the radiators.
- Radiators are directly responsible for the heating of the house, where hot water passes through. Radiators therefore heat the air that warms the rooms. The water from the radiators returns to the boiler, whose temperature has been slightly reduced due to lost energy and air heating.
- The boiler pump is inside the boiler and works to push hot water from the boiler through the water pipes that extend inside the house and connected to the radiators to return to the boiler again.