What Is a Calorifier?


A calorifier is an apparatus used for the transfer of heat to water in a vessel using an indirect means. The source of heat is usually contained in a pipe or coil that is immersed in the water. This heating instrument uses the principle of thermodynamics, whereby water is heated above its temperature to be used for different purposes.
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A device that heats fluids by circulating them over heating coils.
this expressions are used on board the Merchant mariners on board a vessel. Boiler generates steam Calorifier heat water for bath and shower etc Hope this will give you some idea
The calorie is a unit of energy, in particular heat. The calorifier is a means of transferring this heat, usually from exhaust gases, to water as a way of saving the energy instead
Yes it can. It is all to do with surface tension. This is a thin layer on the waters surface where all the water molecules try to crowd together. If something is light enough it will
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