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A ducted gas heating system includes a number of essential components:
Gas heaters work by passing cold air over a heat exchanger, which is warmed by gas combustion. The warmed air is then pushed through ducts into the home via a series of vents in the ceiling or floor.
A thermostat is installed in the main living area. This senses the air temperature inside the home and sends a signal to the heater to cycle on, or off, to maintain the desired temperature.
The products of combustion are all discharged safely outside the home, via a flue
Why ducted gas heating?
Braemar's 7 star ducted gas heating system will save you up to $438 per year in running costs compared to an electric ducted reverse cycle heating system*.
Plus it's kinder to the environment, as it produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions than most other forms of heating.
Australian Gas Association research found that gas ducted central heating produced just one third of the emissions of heating produced by black coal-generated electricity. (Source: Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Natural Gas, Australian Gas Association, 2000).
The higher the star rating, the more efficient the heater. Ratings measure what percentage of gas used in the heating process is converted into heat. The higher the rating, the closer to 100% of the gas is being converted into heat.
*Source: Sustainability Victoria, with calculations adjusted to include 7* ducted gas heater, and a heated area of 250 m2.