Pompa Ansiklopedisi (İngilizce)

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Hot water
Domestic hot water denotes the hot water that is used in a home for showering, washing, etc. It is produced by heating domestic cold water in either a domestic hot water heat exchanger or in a hot water vessel.
Hot water circulation
Domestic hot water in pipes will cool due to heat loss when there has not been a withdrawal for quite some time. Circulation of domestic hot water ensures a flow inside the pipes, even though hot water is not withdrawn.
Hot water exchanger
A hot water exchanger is used in production of domestic hot water. The hot water exchanger can be connected to a district or central heating system.
Hot water vessel
A hot water vessel is used in production of domestic hot water. The hot water vessel (tank) can be connected to the heating system through district or central heating, or it can contain its own heat source.
Hydrogen sulphide
Hydrogen sulphide is a toxic and lethal gas produced in sewers and digesters under microbial anaerobic decomposition of organic matter.
Hydronics is the term describing the use of water as a heat-transfer medium in heating systems, and a cooling-transfer medium in cooling systems.
Hygienic designed manifold
Grundfos Hydro booster sets are not designed for the pumping of sterile liquids, but their construction and the choice of materials make them an ideal solution for secondary processes in hygienic applications such as pumping of potable water.