Inefficient boiler equipment can cause hazardous conditions, skyrocketing utility costs, and frequent system breakdowns. If you’re having heating issues, reach out to Air Comfort for a solution.
In a gas condensing boiler, natural gas heats a water boiler. Then, a pump sends this heat and hot water out into the pipes to warm your building’s rooms through radiators. As the water travels farther away from the hot water boiler, it cools down, and then returns to the boiler and the process repeats itself.
If you have any questions about how condensing boiler heating systems work or how one would fit into your facility, feel free to contact us today. One of our expert technicians can answer your questions and help you implement a condensing boiler system in your building.
Most experts in the HVAC industry consider gas-fired condensing boilers to be more energy efficient than traditional gas boilers. Traditional gas boilers release carbon dioxide and other emissions into the air through a flue, but a condensing boiler uses a heat exchanger to heat up the boiler’s excess water. This process reduces energy consumption and overall heat loss by harnessing that energy and reapplying it to the boiler system. That means it increases the boiler’s efficiency and your energy savings.
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