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the floor may be due
Posted by: happywork
Date: 10/11/2017 07:56
<p>Note that warming should be gradual first use of geothermal heating, attention should be slowly warming. For the first time, the first three days of heating should be gradually warmed: the first day the water temperature is 18 ℃, the next day 25 ℃, the third day 30 ℃, the fourth day can rise to the normal temperature, the water </p>
<p>temperature 45 ℃, the surface temperature 28 ℃ ~ 30 ℃. Can not heat up too fast, too fast, the floor may be due to swell cracking phenomenon. In addition, a long time after the reactivation of geothermal heating system, but also as the first use as it, in strict accordance with the heating program warming. Surface temperature can not be too </p>
<p>high It should be noted that the use of geothermal heating, the surface temperature should not exceed 28 ℃, the water temperature can not exceed 45 ℃, if more than this </p>
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