Dual system (hot water plumbing)

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Official WHO Definition

A dual hot water system is a system where there is more than one source of energy used to heat water either directly or indirectly (Doyle KM 1990).

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Interpretations and Explanations

A dual hot water system is one where the use of solar and/or solid fuel heating may supplement the primary energy sources such as electricity or gas.

References

Doyle KM  (1990) Plumbing and Gas-fitting Volume 2 Services and Roofing


WHO Lexicon page (translations and examples)


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