Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

PostBy: marsoviy On: Fri Oct 19, 2012 1:31 pm

The first scheme- without heat accumulator
Hello friends
Often solid fuel boilers need to bind the polymer system.
This is one of the options.
So you can to heat a room without electricity, and keep out the heat in the polymer system.
For a small house
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Connecting the primary and secondary circuits
for wood boilers
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Re: Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

PostBy: marsoviy On: Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:12 pm

well
Here's my favorite scheme for the organization of emergency natural circulation

Look carefully what is going
first heat transfer medium passes in the polymer system, but! if you turn off the electricity it will go straight to a safe area with natural circulation
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Re: Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

PostBy: marsoviy On: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:27 am

welcome friends.
And again on the main :D
Today I were asked to come up a heat bath, bye gas instant water heater
What do you think? can it be?
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Re: Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

PostBy: NoSmoke On: Sun Oct 21, 2012 8:36 am

In my real world experience, siphon feed systems never worked, assuming that with the language barrier seemingly present, and lack of description overall, and the lack of description in the pictures...that is what you are trying to do. I always suspected that my attempts failed because the thermal dynamics involved could never overcome the friction losses and pressures of the system.

You pictures do show a very clean layout and well constructed connections however. I have a feeling though, your emergency bypass won't quite work as planned because of what I said before.

I do wish you the best however. It is guys like you (and me) who try to incorporate this stuff who ultimately take things main stream.
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Hand Fed Coal Boiler: New Yoker WC90
Hand Fed Coal Stove: Vogelzang Pot Bellied Stove
Coal Size/Type: Stove/Nut/Pea Anthracite
Other Heating: Munchkin LP Boiler (Back-up)

Re: Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

PostBy: marsoviy On: Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:46 am

is what you are trying to do
Thanks for your reply
This topic is to share experiences in the construction of heating.
I study your forum looking for new solutions for my work.
I draw scheme of my work and I show you.
I'm interested in the opinion of masters from another region
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Re: Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

PostBy: carlherrnstein On: Tue Oct 23, 2012 6:35 pm

Very interesting. Im going to guess that what you are referring to as a stove is more of a boiler. So it works like a pumped system when there is power and if the power fails you still have some heat being moved to the living area.

Does the burn rate have to be lowered much in the event of power failure?
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Re: Collection piping boiler How do you think?)

PostBy: marsoviy On: Wed Oct 24, 2012 1:15 pm

carlherrnstein wrote:Does the burn rate have to be lowered much in the event of power failure?


In the event of a power failure the boiler saves only the free circulation of natural and mechanical air flow regulator

The burning rate decreases by mechanical regulator with a chain
which at high temperatures close to the boiler air
And burning efficiency decreases.
But if it does not work, then boom boom bam :shock: :o ;) :D
marsoviy