Liquid and gas-fueled hot water boilers are heating systems used to heat water and produce hot water by burning liquid fuels (such as natural gas, LPG - liquefied petroleum gas).
These boilers are widely preferred heating solutions due to their efficient and clean heat production capability.
The working principle of liquid gas-fueled hot water boilers is quite simple. The combustion of fuel (such as natural gas or LPG) produces a flame that generates heat energy. This heat energy is transferred to water through the heat transfer surfaces inside the boiler. As the water heats up, hot water is obtained and usually stored in a reservoir.
The hot water obtained from hot water boilers is used in homes, industrial facilities, or other applications.
Liquid gas-fueled hot water boilers are used in the following areas:
Homes and residences: They are used for heating and providing hot water.
Commercial and industrial facilities: They are used for heating, process heating, and supplying hot water.
Hotels and restaurants: Preferred for providing hot water and heating for guests' needs.
Swimming pools and sports facilities: Used for heating and warming pool water.
Liquid gas-fueled hot water boilers are preferred systems for producing clean and efficient heat. With proper design, combustion control, and regular maintenance, they can be used efficiently and safely.