There is always a wall thermostat for regulating furnace heat.
A device for regulating furnace heat is the thermostat. A programmable thermostat can be set to control the temperature inside the home on a regular schedule. The thermostat is set to a desired temperature and then the furnace turns on and off to accomplish the desired heat level.
Yes, you're right that's called thermostad.
In a furnace large amount of the heat supplied is wasted in the form of exhaust or flue gases.. that s called as heat loss in a furnace..
A furnace is a device used for heating.It convert sample to ash.
Is the furnace a hydroponic system? If it is you only need to get a heat exchanger (As you don't want the water to your heater flowing through the furnace) and plumb it as another zone in your house. If not you need to find a device for heating water that fits your furnace. and plumb the heat exchanger to that. I believe an heat exchanger is required by code in either case.
A heat pump will do this, a furnace should not. Are you sure you have a furnace?
hepl me with this ,What is the activesties carried out in hear furnace ?
Furnace is an enclosed chamber in which heat is produced
ruud furnace only blows cold air, no heat
A source of heat.
on my honeywell gas furnace says aux heat is on when heat is on
The heat exchanger in a furnace is the primary component in a furnace. That said, their are circuit boards, motors and other components that can also fail regardless of the age of the heat exchanger. In my opinion, if you can afford to replace the furnace, you would be much better off. The cost of the heat exchanger with labor is probably not too much less than replacing the entire furnace.
You need a furnace expert to come and inspect it and tell you the answer.
No, a heat engine is not a device that converts work into heat. It is the opposite, which means it is a device that converts heat into work.