Hello everyone This is Havran-show! So how to warm the house? I have only oak wood in my hand! Do you know how much energy it contains? . No? And I’ll tell you If its mass is 2.2 kg, then when it is burned, Gorenje will release 8 kW of heat, which is about 5 hours of operation of this iron. By the way, birch wood of the same weight contains the same amount of energy, but in their volume will be 10% more, because birch is lighter than oak. So, when choosing the price of firewood between oak and birch, you need to take this into account. If you burn 1 kg of coal, 7.5 kW will be released. When burning 1 liter of gasoline, 12 kW of specific heat will be released. What if you burn a full tank? Do you have any idea how many cars emit heat every hour? Not only objects have heat energy, but also living beings. For example, one such cow weighing 500 kg emits 500 W, one laying hen weighing 1.5 kg emits 10 W of free heat, and a person at rest emits 80 W of heat. So if you want the house to be warm, have a lot of friends. I’m sure it will also be fun! So how do you heat the house? Yes, to be economical and warm! The advice is simple: If there is a gas supply, then by all means with gas. If you live near a forest, then under certain conditions – you can use firewood. If you have on the site instead of clay coal, then you can use coal. If you decide to use electric heating devices, then you need to think about it and make the right decision. I studied the range of heating devices in stores for a long time. I understand that 1 W=1 W, but the heat exchange and convection of electrical devices are different. For example, an oil heater with a power of 2200 W will not warm the room as much as an electric hair dryer with a power of 1000 W, although the latter also has a lot of disadvantages. As a result, I found such a device, and it is not in the stores of local sellers, but I found it from the manufacturer ThorX on AliExpress. Don’t take this as an advertisement, but take it as good advice. This is a wall-mounted electric carbon panel. Before posting this video, I first tested it in my home. The test period is 2 months! It is easy to install on the wall, like a normal painting. What I liked about this carbon panel: First, it is not as bulky and heavy as an oil heater. It has no liquid, which means there is nothing to leak. I don’t wonder where to put it. Secondly, it is not as dangerous and noisy as a fan heater. I admit that I don’t like the endless “sh-sh-sh” from a turntable myself. Third, the heat is distributed correctly, both at the top and at the bottom of the room. It does not dry the air and does not burn oxygen, because the set 110 degrees just do not allow you to cross this line. Fourthly, this thing is designed for demanding Europe and for some reason we do not sell. The instructions are developed only in these languages. Fifth, you do not need to think of anything else: on the back of the panel there is already a reflector that does not allow heat to escape into the wall. It looks aesthetically pleasing, like a TV, like Malevich’s “white square”, I’m kidding a rectangle . And it shows your … “fantasy”, your thoughts, new ideas! . I tested this device through a wattmete r and interestingly, its consumption was not 300 Watts, as stated in the instructions, but 250-270 Watts. Awesome! When the panel reaches cruising speed, a good heat is felt at a distance of half a meter from the panel. Imagine, without any fans! It is considered that for heating every 10 square meters you need to spend 1 kW of energy, but in spite of this, due to the correct heat transfer, this panel, consuming 270 Watts * hour, in the winter time warmed my attic room with an area of 12 square meters. What about the law of conservation of thermal energy? you ask. And I’ll tell you-I live on the Sunny side! )). I don’t know. The panel is worth its money, and… I still can’t get enough of this economical purchase. I decided to give an example and boldly recommend it. If you are interested, see the link in the description below the video. That’s all I have! Be sure to subscribe to the channel and rate it with a kind Like. Thanks everyone. Bye-bye!