The Difference Between Flue Type And Forced Type Water Heater

The difference between flue type water heater and forced type water heater:

1. The water output is different. The water flow rate of flue type gas water heaters is mostly 5 liters or 6 liters. Due to the small water flow rate, the comfort of bathing is low; while the water flow rate of forced type gas water heaters is mostly between 8 liters and 10 liters, the bathing comfort is relatively high. High, and can meet the simultaneous use of kitchen and bathroom.

2. The ignition method is different. The flue type water heater adopts the traditional ignition method, which first uses the differential pressure disc water and air device to work, which is inflexible; while the forced type adopts the electrical control ignition method, which is not only accurate but also very convenient.

3. Thermal efficiency. The thermal efficiency of the flue type gas water heater is about 80%; while the thermal efficiency of the forced exhaust gas water heater is more than 88%. Therefore, in terms of thermal efficiency, forced exhaust gas water heaters are more energy-efficient than flue type gas water heaters.

4. Safety aspects. The forced exhaust type water heater discharges the combustion flue gas outside; the flue type water heater is a gas water heater that discharges the exhaust gas directly indoors. The flue gas contains toxic gases such as carbon monoxide, which is easy to pollute the indoor air and cause personal safety accident. In terms of safety performance, forced exhaust water heaters are safer than flue type water heaters.



Post time: Dec-05-2022