gas heat


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Noun1.gas heat - heating system that burns natural gas
heating plant, heating system, heating, heat - utility to warm a building; "the heating system wasn't working"; "they have radiant heating"
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Gas heat pumps could play a major role in the residential heating market in the future.
After condensation and before cooling in the liquid- gas heat exchanger
Two new types of products - hybrid heat pumps (a fossil fuel boiler integrated with an electric heat pump) and gas heat pumps - will open up the 'on-gas' market, enabling heat pumps to compete with conventional gas boilers - a potentially huge market with 8 million installations per year across Europe.
Gas heat continued to dominate the new single-family home market.
Features: Hydraulic platen drive, vacuum and pressure forming capabilities, gas heat and auto load/unload available.
To alleviate the metal finning in coreless furnaces, increase the gas heat to 2000F (1093C) and maintain it for 1-3 hr, Williams said.
It is fully sprinklered and features gas heat in the ceiling supplemented by hot-water baseboard heat on the perimeter.
These furnaces offer the cleanliness of gas heat, operate economically, do not require the maintenance of compressed air and will continue to operate during power failures.
Department of Energy has forecast households with natural gas heat will pay less than those with alternative heating systems, such as oil and propane.
Prospective tenants are offered space divisible to 70,000 square feet, 24" clear ceilings, gas heat and 10 tailgates.
In addition, 23 Mack Drive includes 15,000 square feet of office space and offers such features as 20'-24' clear ceiling heights, 35 loading docks, most with levelers, parking for up to 550 cars, wet sprinklers, 1,000 amps of power, gas heat and possible rail service.
Compared to oil and gas heat, our radiant-heating system will cut energy costs some 40% to 50%," says builder/developer Robert H.