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  • 200 degree from a kerosene burner generates more steam than from a heat exchanger

    Please note that 200 degree from a kerosene burner generates more steam than 200 degrees from a heat exchanger.
    Say what?? What I just said above is true for some reason. Water molecule vibration doubles every 18 degrees past 118 degrees F. You will see more visible steam out of the spray jet as the water is vibrating harder. With both styles of heat exchangers reading exactly 200 degree F for some reason the water molecule vibration from the flame hitting the coils make the water molecules vibrate harder and faster. I assume it is because the water is hotter than 200 degrees in the coils and from some reason the transition of moving the water through the hoses lets the pressurized vapor make for steam as it leaves the jets. The other issue is kerosene burners seam to have more temperature swing. If you set the temurature dial to 200 degrees it might swing back and forth between 180 and 220 degree F. This again is caused by the bottom super heated water by the flame, when it reach the top of the heater, leaves the heater and goes past the thermostat that turns off the flame the water at the top is 200 but the water at the bottom is much hotter. Until you uses up this water and cool down the water to 180 the flame will not turn back on. You can read more about water at Molecular vibrations - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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