Steam Heating

For articles on Steam heating see:

  • District heating
  • Geothermal heating
  • Heating system
  • Seattle Steam Company
  • Steam generator (railroad)

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Central Heating - Hydronic and Steam Systems
... Hydronic heating systems are systems that circulate a medium for heating ... Hydronic radiant floor heating systems use a boiler or district heating to heat water and a pump to circulate the hot water in plastic pipes installed in a concrete slab ... Hydronic systems circulate hot water for heating ...
British Rail Class 47 - Sub-Classes - Class 47/0
... from 47001 to 47298, these locomotives were the "basic" Class 47 with steam heating equipment fitted ... In the 1970s and 1980s, with steam heating of trains gradually being phased out, all locomotives fitted with the equipment gradually had their steam heating boilers removed ... fitted with ETH and became 47/4s, whilst the others remained with no train heating capability and were therefore used mainly on freight work ...
German Railway Wagon Classes - Secondary Letters For Goods Wagons - Description of Features of Importance For Train Formation
... ferry services (with smaller loading gauge) e all from 1924 Electric heating pipes (elektrischer Heizleitung) ee all from 1933 (DR only to 1950) Electric heating pipes (elektrischer ... Steam pipes or other equipment that make it suitable for use as a luggage van or in passenger trains (from 1911 some formed the main letter class N ...

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