Hot Water Storage Tank
Boiler, provides both economical and hygienic hot water supply with the heat energy it receives from the heat source (hot water boiler, steam boiler, solar energy panels, heat pump, geothermal energy etc.). It is used for various purposes such as providing hot water to buildings, supporting heating systems and heating water in industrial applications.
Boilers have different types such as serpentine and jacketed.
Principle of Operation of Boilers
The operating principle of boilers is based on heating and storing water. Heating elements (electric resistors, heaters or heat exchangers) heat the water. The heated water is stored in an insulated compartment placed inside the tank.
When hot water is desired from this tank, it is mixed with the cold water inlet to obtain water at the desired temperature.
Boiler Usage Areas
- Homes and Residences: It is used to provide hot water for bathrooms, kitchens, and general use.
- Commercial Buildings: It is used to provide hot water for commercial structures such as hotels, restaurants, hospitals.
- Industrial Facilities: It can be used in industrial applications such as manufacturing processes, washing, cleaning.
- Heat Recovery: It provides energy savings by being used in energy recovery systems.
- Renewable Energy Systems: Energy efficiency can be increased by integrating with systems such as solar energy or wind energy.
- Swimming Pools: It can be used to heat swimming pool water.
Advantages of Boilers
- Easy to Use: Boilers meet the hot water need quickly and easily.
- Energy Saving: They can provide energy savings with regular use and thermostat settings.
- Eco-Friendly Options: They offer an environmentally friendly heating solution with solar energy or renewable energy integration.
Boilers play an important role in meeting hot water needs. Different models and usage areas offer heating and hot water solutions in a wide range from homes to industrial facilities.