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space heating

noun
1.
the heating of a limited area, as a room, by means of a heater (space heater) within the area.
Origin
1930-1935
1930-35
Related forms
space-heating, adjective
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  • Food production will decrease and the need for space heating will increase.
  • Solar water heaters provide hot water and space heating for homes and businesses.
  • Most of it is used for industrial boilers and residential space heating.
  • Coal-electric space heating and plug-in cars remain prohibitive.
  • As the skies clear, solar electric and space heating will become even more efficient.
  • Integrate it with domestic hot water and space heating.
  • In cool months, the solar heater provides hot water and space heating.
  • Furthermore, the heated air blown off the condenser can be used directly in space heating applications.
  • Unlike other space heating technologies, transpired air collectors require no expensive glazing.
  • If the system cannot provide adequate space heating, an auxiliary or back-up system provides the additional heat.

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