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  2. Rheem Manufacturing Company - Wikipedia

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    By 2008, a report by the United States Department of Energy ranked the firm as fifth in the US in the central air conditioner and heat pump market with a 12% market share (behind UTC/Carrier with 27%, both Goodman/Amana and American Standard/Trane with 14% and Lennox with 12%), while in the residential gas furnace market as of 2008, the company ...

  3. Forced-air gas - Wikipedia

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    Gas-fired forced-air furnaces have a burner in the furnace fuelled by natural gas. A blower forces cold air through a heat exchanger and then through duct-work that distributes the hot air through the building. [2] Each room has an outlet from the duct system, often mounted in the floor or low on the wall – some rooms will also have an ...

  4. Edwin Ruud - Wikipedia

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    Edwin Ruud (9 June 1854 – 9 December 1932) was a Norwegian-American mechanical engineer and inventor who immigrated to the United States where he designed, sold, and popularized the tankless water heater. He was the founder and President of Ruud Manufacturing Company, now a division of Rheem Manufacturing Company. [6] [7] [8]

  5. Tankless water heating - Wikipedia

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    Gas water heaters have an exhaust vent or one to two exhaust pipes on the top, and still require electric power for electronics, sensing and ignition. A three-phase, 21 kW, 400-volt tankless water heater in Europe, with new European color coding for three-phase power. There are also heaters that use several single-phase circuits instead.

  6. Seasonal energy efficiency ratio - Wikipedia

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    The energy efficiency ratio (EER) of a particular cooling device is the ratio of output cooling energy (in BTUs) to input electrical energy (in watt-hours) at a given operating point. EER is generally calculated using a 95 °F (35 °C) outside temperature and an inside (actually return-air) temperature of 80 °F (27 °C) and 50% relative humidity.

  7. Historic St. Ann's (Greenwood, Taylor County, Wisconsin)

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    During the 1940s a new oil burning furnace was installed. In 1963, the diocese closed St. Ann's Church because of a shortage of clergy. After closing, the diocese maintained insurance coverage, but routine maintenance and upkeep declined. In 1983, parishioners were presented with several options, two of which involved demolition.

  8. Rheem - Wikipedia

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    Download as PDF; Printable version; Rheem may refer to: Rheem Manufacturing Company; Rheem, California (disambiguation), places in ... Code of Conduct; Developers;

  9. Heat trap - Wikipedia

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    Heat traps are valves or loops of pipe on the cold water inlet and hot water outlet of water heaters. The heat traps allow cold water to flow into the water heater tank, but prevent unwanted convection and heated water to flow out of the tank. [1] [2] Newer water heaters have built-in heat traps.