by fire . an electric heater is a metal, and a metal is a good conductor of heat. so it can produce heat
The part that generates heat... depending if it is a gas / electric heater
a heater. the sun. you. burner. fire...
A light bulb similar to a heater in that they both produce heat when in operation.
I would guess the thermostat I would guess the thermostat
I don't think so because when we have a cold, it is best to keep oneself warm and thus the heater produce heat for us to keep warm. Unless we have a lousy heater which produce cold air instead of heat, haha!
No , if you were to bypass the heater core , you would have no heat
There are two insulated heater elements that heat the water.
Cars produce a lot of electricity as well, both to charge the battery back up and to run the fan, lights, radio, AC, etc. An in-line electric heater would work well too, especially for electric cars that don't produce the heat that internal combustion cars do. Another reason for this would be for high-end cars that want to produce heat for the interior before the engine is fully heated. A built in ceramic heater (much like a toaster) can do this just fine.
The heater contains a resistor. When high voltage is passed it produce a large amount of heat the blower situated in the heater blows this heat which diffuses in the room to make the room hot.
it is a heater. heat. it blows heat. warm air
Less Non-Renewable Natural Gas Will Be Used To Produce Heat.
might be a simple fix as adding antifreeze. sometimes when ur radiator is low enough it wont let the heat heat as much or at all.
A ceiling fan heater is a type of heater which works in the same way as a standard ceiling fan, but with a heating component. A person may want to use this type of heater if the room does not have access to central heat or any other heat source. An individual may also want to use this type of heater if there is not enough floor space for a standard room heater.
NO the heat would be to strong and the insides where the heat comes out would melt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
a bad water pump could cause low heat. The heater uses the coolant from the pump to generate heat.
A properly installed heat pump uses about one third of the electrical energy to produce the same amount of heat.
Try flushing heater core Try flushing heater core
yesYes when an air bubble makes it to the water pump the water stops circulating and there for you will over heat and the heater core will no longer produce heat through the cars heater vents.
Depends what energy you're talking about... Kinetic energy is the easiest one... you rub it on other stuff long and hard enough and it will produce heat. Chemical energy would produce heat if you mix the right stuff together. Electrical energy will produce heat if it flows through a heating element like in your toaster. . . and so on.
Appliances which uses electricity to produce heat are heater, oven, hair dryer, electric iron, bread toaster, electric cooker and other modified appliances.