Combo heating systems testing at CCHT

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Journal titleSolplan Review
IssueNovember 89
Pages1819; # of pages: 2
AbstractDriven by a commitment to reduce levels of carbon dioxide emissions as a part of the Kyoto Protocol, Canadian manufacturers and researchers are seeking ways to do just that. It's no surprise, therefore, that early projects being undertaken at the new Canadian Centre for Housing Technology (CCHT), involve innovative systems for home heating. These ?combo? systems roll space heating and water heating together into a single system. They provide domestic hot water, but also contain a fan coil so that heatextracted from the water can be used to heat the house. Thus one burner is used, instead of separate burners for water heater and furnace.
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