Bosch Geo 101 – How Geothermal Heat Pump Systems Work

Bosch Geo 101 – How Geothermal Heat Pump Systems Work
We all want to save money on our utility bills. How? The answer may be right under your feet, literally. A geothermal system taps into the natural energy source underground to heat and cool your home.

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Prodeso Underfloor Heat System Membrane

Prodeso Underfloor Heat System Membrane
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Prodeso Underfloor Heat System Membrane

For use with WarmWire by SunTouch or any other underfloor heating Spools

Underfloor Electric Heating System with uncoupling /vapor management load distribution and waterproof properties.
PRODESO HEAT SYSTEM combines the benefit of an underlayment membrane with the comfort and convenience of electrical floor heating.

The PRODESO HEAT Membrane can be installed over the entire subfloor as an uncoupling, crack isolating and waterproofing membrane.

The PRODESO HEAT Cable is then installed in the areas where heat is required. Once the Heat Cable is installed you can begin tiling immediately, no waiting is necessary. Install an underlayment membrane, the floor heat and tile all in the same day.

PRODESO HEAT SYSTEM will add only 5.5mm to your overall installation. That’s less than a ¼ inch, which is considerably less than any previously used systems.
The patented PRODESO HEAT SYSTEM allows you to have the comfort and convenience of under floor electrical radiant heating without the unnecessary added time and cost of previously used systems.

The innovative and Patented PRODESO HEAT SYSTEM is a time saving, cost effective system to install a warm and comforting floor. The electric heating cable can be installed in the grooves of our patented membrane just where heat is desired and recommended.

* Roll = 161.5 Square Feet (3′ 3″ X 49′ 2 1/2″) 15 Square Meters ( 1mt X 15mt )
– 2 Pegs Spacing=2.5″
– 3 Pegs Spacing=3.3/4″

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About Your Condo – Understanding The Fan Coil Heating System

About Your Condo – Understanding The Fan Coil Heating System
About Your Condo – Understanding The Fan Coil Heating System

Ralph Evans explains the basics of the fan coil heating system found in most modern Toronto area condo buildings.

Ralph Evans provides services to people looking to buy, sell, invest and rent condo suites in Etobicoke and Downtown Toronto. he has worked with numerous buyers, sellers, investors and tenants. In this series of videos, he explains some of the basic knowledge people need to know about their condo suites.

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Ralph Evans
Sales Representative
RE/MAX Professionals Inc., Brokerage

Recorded on January 9, 2013

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How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating

How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating
Use a specialized foam panel called Bekotec to lock the PEX tubing in place, cover it with a sand-and-cement mix, and tile away. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.)

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Radiant floor heating is probably the best way to heat up any space. It’s comfortable, quiet, and energy efficient. Although electric radiant heat is a popular choice for small projects, retiling a bathroom, say, hydronic, or water-based, radiant provides the ultimate in efficiency for bigger projects or an extensive remodel.

If you want to DIY hydronic radiant, you can use a specially engineered foam panel from Schluter Systems called Bekotec. You lay the panels directly on the floor, press-fit PEX tubing into them, and add a thin layer of specially mixed concrete, five parts sand to one part portland cement.

The panels provide a modest thermal break (R3), so you don’t have to install an extra layer of insulation. Using this system adds less than 1 3/4 inches, including concrete, versus about 4 inches for the old-school method of tying tubing to wire mesh. That leaves you more headroom in basement applications. And the thin slab will heat up and cool down more quickly, allowing you to use lower water temperatures and save on your heating bill. Overall, it makes for a more responsive radiant slab.

Steps for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating:
1. Prep floor with leveling compound, if necessary.
2. Clean floor and install foam edging.
3. Lay first row of click-together panels.
4. Measure and trim the row’s last panel to fit.
5. Cover the remaining area with panels.
6. Determine PEX spacing: 6-, 9-, or 12-inch rows.
7. Press-fit PEX between “studs” in panels.
8. Cover area with one continuous loop of PEX.
9. Leave extra tubing at boiler-room end for plumber to make connections.
10. Mix up a batch of “dry pack” concrete with a 5:1 ratio of sand to portland cement.
11. Spread and level over PEX, leaving a minimum of 5/16 inch of material above foam “studs.”
12. Allow concrete to cure for a few days, then install your flooring of choice.

Shopping List for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating:
– Bekotec-BRS foam edging
– Bekotec foam panels
– PEX tubing
– Bekotec THERM-RH 75 PVC clamps
– Sand and portland cement. Get enough for a 5:1 sand-to-cement ratio.

Tools List for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating:
– 4-foot level
– tape measure
– breakaway knife
– straightedge
– pipe cutter
– wheelbarrow or mixing tub for mixing concrete
– shovel or hoe for mixing concrete

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Alternative Electric Heating Systems – FREE ENERGY- OFF GRID- SOLAR POWER

Alternative Electric Heating Systems – FREE ENERGY- OFF GRID- SOLAR POWER

Solar Power, is one of the most available sources on the planet. However, being an intermittent source of energy, it needs to be enhanced by storage or another energy source.

Using solar energy allows a more environmentally friendly or a “greener” way of living. One of its many advantages is that once its installed it does not cost more than the cost of setting up and routine maintenance.

“Stirling Disks” are solar power plants that use modern technologies to convert light energy into Alternative Electric Heating Systems. Solar energy involves the usage of Photovoltaics, which is a system directed for small appliances and homes and if you live in the UK or US you to can save on your energy bills.

The Earth receives 174 Petawatts (174 X 10^15 Watts) of energy from the Sun and this generates currents, climates… Compare this to the world’s current energy consumption which is about 15 Terawatts (16 X 10^12Watts).

A Petawatt is equal to one quadrillion watts! – an infinite source of Alternative Electric Heating Systems.

To put this into perspective, Dr Gerhard Knies from the Trans-Mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation (TREC) estimates that within 6 hours deserts receive more energy from the sun than humankind consumes within a year.

Most of the solar energy harnessed comes from giant mirrors and parabolic shaped mirrors which reflect and concentrate solar power to superheat water to steam (some to 800 degrees Celsius) which then turns the turbines to create a very reliable source of Alternative Electric Heating Systems.

With the Stirling engine re-emerging as a more efficient production method than Concentrated Solar Power, large expensive plants up to 850MW in capacity have been announced, but if you live in the UK or US you can now build your own for less than £100 OR 0

So if you want to learn more about Alternative Electric Heating Systems click this link and watch our short ’how it works’ video on the next page.

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Alternative Electric Heating Systems – FREE ENERGY- OFF GRID- SOLAR POWER

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How to remove sludge from your central heating system

How to remove sludge from your central heating system
This video is demonstration on how a power flush cleans your central heating system. This was a flush that was carried out on a combination boiler just fitted by us. It will give you a good insight to how a power flush works and how it could benefit your central heating system. You do have to flush each radiator individually by just turning one radiator on at a time and then move around the whole heating system. We advise using a tool to vibrate the radiators as well which loosens up any hardened debris in your rads.
You do have to use chemicals with the flush and once the flush is completed, refill the heating system with inhibitor which should then be left in the heating system. This is specialist machinery which we own but I know of companies that do loan out the equipment on a day hire basis. Sit back and enjoy.

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How To Install Skirting Board Heating System – The EcoBoard

How To Install Skirting Board Heating System – The EcoBoard
Learn how to install skirting board heating system: EcoBoard, ClimaBoard and Thermodul skirting board heating.

This video shows typical installation of Ecoboard skirting board radiator. This quick tutorial can also be used as a guide for installing similar heating systems, such as: Climaboard and Thermodul heated skirting.

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Cheap heating system

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