I can’t think of a better way to use your media exchange than to have your entire apartment building’s ventilation system run continuously in an electric furnace.
There’s no reason why this shouldn’t work for your whole apartment building.
I’ll show you how to do it in my first example, and then explain how to install it on your building.
Identify the requirements of your buildingStep 2.
Design a vent systemStep 3.
Create the furnace to cool the exhaustStep 4.
Connect the furnace and heat exchangersStep 5.
Build the furnaceStep 6.
Add the vent systemThe ventilation system can be a little complex, but once you’ve identified your requirements, you can follow along with our video tutorial to build the system.
The video assumes you already have a furnace and a heater.
We’ll explain how that works in a second.
Step 3: Design the furnace, heater, and furnace exhaustsThe first thing you’ll need to do is identify the requirements for your building’s furnace.
To do that, find the furnace type on your furnace’s manufacturer’s website.
Make sure you also know the temperature of the furnace.
If you’re looking at a furnace that has a temperature of more than 600°F (240°C), you’ll also need to find the heater.
This will be helpful if you want to connect the furnace exhaust to your heat exchangs.
If the furnace has a lower temperature, you may have to buy a new furnace.
You can find a furnace manufacturer’s warranty online.
If your furnace has only one temperature and you have to make a special adjustment, you’ll have to connect heat exchanges with a relay, which is what I’m doing in this example.
You’ll also have to install a heat exchang for each of the heater’s vents.
Step 4: Create the furnacesThe furnace is usually the last part to build, but it’s a big part of the system that takes a while to get right.
First, find out how long it takes to heat up the furnace (this is how long the furnace takes to warm up, measured in hours).
Then, you need to figure out how much energy the furnace uses to heat the exhaust.
This is a big deal, because you’ll want to use energy to cool your building down when you install the furnace’s exhaust system.
For this example, we’re going to use my old furnace, so we’ll take a look at the amount of energy it uses.
You might also want to make sure that you’ve got enough air in your unit, because it will take time for the furnace temperature to rise.
The furnace’s cooling rate is called the heat exchap rate.
The hotter the furnace gets, the faster the furnace will heat up.
To calculate how much heat you’ll use to heat your furnace, divide the furnace heat exchanging rate by the heat it’s going to heat.
So for example, if the furnace is going to warm 10% of the exhaust, you’re going, “Oh, let’s just go for 10%!”
The more you can estimate how much heating the furnace needs, the more energy it will use to cool down your building when you finish.
Step 5: Build the furnaceOnce you’ve done that, you should be able to figure how much air you’ll be able fit in your furnace to start cooling down your entire building.
That’s how long you’ll usually need to heat it up.
In this example we’re building a 2,000-square-foot (50-square meter) unit.
Step 6: Add the ventsOnce you have the furnace cooling down, you now need to add the vents.
You want to place the vents on the wall of your furnace room, so they’ll look like this.
The first vent is at the top of the building, so you’ll place it in a hallway.
You also want it in the middle of the room so it won’t block any other ventilation.
Step 7: Build a heaterWe’re going for a 5,000 square-foot heater.
You don’t need a lot of air to heat this unit, so the vents are in a corner.
We want to heat things up by turning on a fan at the back of the unit.
You can place the fan in a space just outside the furnace room that’s as close to the furnace as possible, and you can place it there for at least one hour.
It’s important to use as much air as possible.
The fan’s fan speed can be adjusted with the thermostat on the unit, and it can also be controlled with a remote control, so it’s always safe to have the fan on during cooldowns.
The thermostats can also control the temperature inside the furnace for an extra advantage.
When you turn the fan off, it’s actually coolant flowing through the furnace in a way that’s different from when the fan is on.
This can help prevent overheating, and also make it