What kind of furnace do you have in your home?
Heat pump. No furnace at all.
Use propane gas
None. We hear with wood.
Heat. Not hear. Although our dogs often seem to have wooden ears.
💨💨. Stoke the boiler, full steam ahead!
But keptin, there are Klingons on Uranus!
Damn, forgot to wipe again.
I live in south florida. If we need heat, we open a window.
None. I have a heat exchanger that changes from a/c to heat .. if heat is needed.
Shy ... see, even when it’s a simple question, you find yourself unable or unwilling to address it.
I suspect that your heat exchanger is driven by some type of power, which could be either fossil fuel or electricity.
Why are you so committed to making every part of every simple question so difficult?!
I have never heard of a non-electric HX for housing, have you?
Or are you ignorant?
Shy ... as it turns out, your ignorance knows no bounds! Of course there are heat exchangers of all types.
The question was simple. It appears that the correct answer that you were ignorantly groping for was ... ELECTRIC.
I’m happy to hold your hand to getting the facts to dribble out of your mouth.
Shy ... to help you avoid further embarrassment, a heat exchanger is a type of furnace.
Gee — how will I EVER be as wise as YOU, Think??
Especially since the only heat exchangers I have personal experience with are in nuclear plants ... and the residential unit outside my house.
I just simply don’t know a *thing* about power generation and use! Oh dear me!!
Oh, BTW, a HX is not a type of furnace. Dolt.
Shy ... keep your delusion alive.
Shy ... I am happy to enlighten you, but the core of every furnace is a heat exchanger.
But, please don’t let the facts interrupt your arrogant delusion.
Part of a furnace, not a furnace itself.
I thought you were the King of Perfection?
In the nuclear world, we call that “inattention to detail” during tasks and risk assessments. Good Lord - I hope you were better at paying attention to details before you retired ... or maybe you were a potato farmer, and not in a field where precision and safety are paramount.
Shy ... you were wrong when you said “... I thought ...”
👆 such a poor schmuck
Electric, but it’s never been used...
Gas for heat and hot water. I have a wood burner stove too. I can’t wait until the democrats take over and shut down the fossil fuels distribution system.
Natural Gas, downstairs & electric upstairs, both systems work well together, we also have a manual & iPhone/iPad remote controlled nest thermostat keeps both operating efficiently & ecomonically👍🏼🤗‼️
Which makes your domestic hot water?
No furnace. Wood burning stove.
Hot water too?