How Ductless Mini-Split Systems Work. Single & Multi-Zone Applications – Younits.com [HD]



How Ductless Mini-Split Systems Work. Single & Multi-Zone Applications – Younits.com [HD]
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Video Guide for how ductless mini-split systems work and its’ advantages over conventional systems. The ductless mini-split system is becoming more attractive today. Similar to a conventional split system that has components on the interior and exterior, the ductless mini-split system would have a condensing unit or heat pump on the outside connected by a line duct to an air handler on the inside.

The advantages of going with a ductless system over a conventional system are – cost effective; great for renovation work (no duct work required and installed in places where it’s most needed); can be used in addition to existing split systems; very efficient (up to 26 SEER rating systems available on http://www.younits.com; quiet and sleek operation; attractive and low-profile; remote control operated.

Several different styles are available depending on the best application for you. Wall-mounted units are very popular, but there are also ceiling-mounted units, ceiling cassettes (used with drop ceilings), concealed units (installed above the ceiling itself and has a small duct that gets tied into outlets) and floor-mounted units.
Ductless mini-split systems can also be used in single zone or multi-zone applications. For multi-zone applications, it should be noted that you will need to use it with a heat pump. They are remote control operated, but you can also install a wall-mounted thermostat. Units can be used in a multi-zone application as a mix and match. For example, you can have a wall-mounted unit in 1 room and a ceiling-mounted unit in another.

Go to http://www.younits.com to find products and applications for all your ductless mini-split system needs.

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Properties should have solar water heating systems – ERC



Properties should have solar water heating systems – ERC
Does the building in which you live, work, dine, or otherwise have a solar water heater? If not, the owner of the property should install one within the next month or risk being jailed for a year or pay a 1 million shilling fine. The Energy Regulatory Commission, accompanied by police, will begin site visits to check compliance.

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How to remove an air lock in a radiator or central heating system.



How to remove an air lock in a radiator or central heating system.
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I created this video to explain to people how to remove an air lock in a radiator or central heating system, it’s very straight forward and doesn’t necessarily need an engineer to visit.

Your first step is to turn off all the radiators on the central heating system, except for the radiator that you suspect has an air lock. You do this by turning the radiator valve or thermostatic valve clockwise.

If you have a hot water cylinder you will also need to turn the hot water off, so that the central heating pump can concentrate on just the radiators.

Turn your heating on, and the pump has no alternative than to force the water to the radiator that has an air lock. Once an air lock has been released you should hear a gurgling sound or a glugging sound. This indicates that the air lock has been released.

You will need to release the air from radiator using a vent key, vent locations can be found on either the left or the right hand side, but can also be hidden on the back of the radiator.

If the air lock from the radiator has been released you need to wait until both central heating pipes are hot, and relatively close in temperature.

Your final step is to turn on all the radiators on the central heating system, and check to see if they are all getting hot.

Hopefully you’re all sorted now, and you have just saved yourself a call out charge.

I hope you like the video, thanks for watching.

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Animation of Solar Hot Water Heating System



Animation of Solar Hot Water Heating System
This animation illustrates the basics of a solar hot water heating system. Sunlight hits the panels, heat is transferred through the glycol pipes to the tanks to heat the water that is sent to the building. The tanks are heated consecutively to 140 degrees, if there is still sunlight after 140 degrees the tanks are heated further. A tempering valve is located just after the gas heaters to ensure scalding water is not sent to the building. If the tanks get cold, a dual system gas heater warms the water.

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The Best Alternative Green Energy Solutions electric heating system



The Best Alternative Green Energy Solutions electric heating system
http://www.infraredpanelheaters.com Infrared Panel Heaters provides a wide range of infrared heaters for all types of requirements Best alternative to traditional heating systems. electric heating system

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How To Install Warmup Aluminum Foil Radiant Heating System



How To Install Warmup Aluminum Foil Radiant Heating System
The Warmup Cut & Turn FOIL Heating Mat System is a unique electric radiant floor heating system designed for use under carpet, laminate, engineered wood and other floating floors. Warmup’s Foil Heating Mats can be cut and shaped into place, directly on the job site. Heat any shape or size of room, from the basement to the bedroom, the sunroom or the home office! – See more at: http://www.warmup.com/us/foil-floor-heating-system.phtml

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