Autonomous heating on the basis of an electric fan
Modern comfortable living is somehow connected with heating. This is one of the most important communications, which is considered even at the stage of creating a development project. Central heat and power systems often run on gas. But what to do if there is no gas line supply in the vicinity, and heat is necessary? In this case, independent heating is your option. There are quite a few varieties of it, and they are very hotly discussed online. Disputes usually arise around the profitability of a particular scheme, because the main task of all home-made autonomous heating systems is not to bankrupt their owners. And now we will consider one of these cost-effective assemblies.MaterialsThe temperature of the air in the room is controlled by a single-channel air thermostat. It can be placed nearby. Most of them are compact, intuitive to use and are attached to almost any surface, for example, on a wall. The principle of operation is similar to a switch, so in order to connect it to the system, it suffices to chose a zero or a phase through a breaker. The body is also fed one thermal sensor, which can be extended as desired. The thermostat with electronic setting, and contains only two modes of temperature setting-on and off.The memory of this device is volatile, the consumption of not more than 3 watts.We combine temperature controllers into a single chain, through which we connect the heating element. We install the radiator in its place, and glue the wall beneath it with folgoisol. Such a measure will reduce heat loss on the enclosing structures, and will make the system even more economical.
Principle of operationThe battery is packaged in the usual way by means of four futhor.At the lowest point of the radiator's beginning, instead of the shutter fuse, an electric heater is mounted. At the opposite upper point is the Mayevsky crane for lowering the excess air pressure. According to the author's intention, the radiator is filled with distilled water by gravity. The system is controlled by two temperature controllers - water and air.
- Heating radiator;
- Three futorki standard: two closed with plugs, one empty;
- Mayevsky's crane;
- Heating element (PET);
- Two thermostat - water and air;
- Plumbing fumlenta or tow;
- Three-core power cable for grounding with a plug.
- A gas or other large adjustable wrench;
- A wrench for Mayevsky's tap;
- Screwdriver, pliers, paint knife. Collectors eat the heating system