Hot air from exhaust pipe. The condensed water is run to a floor drain. This heat extraction process cools the exhaust gasses to the point that the water vapor in the exhaust gas condenses into water. Typically when your exhaust is sucking in air it means that you have a blown head gasket. One night when it was -20 degrees outside the water heater froze and started leaking. If I understand your questioncomment correctly. If you want to know how hot an exhaust pipe and muffler get you must look at all aspects of the system. Change The Air Filters Regularly. I did a ghetto installation of a circulator fan to my window in an exhaust position and the difference in room temps is like night and day.
How Hot An Exhaust Pipe Or Muffler Can Get. The trick is to hold a dollar bill up to the muffler and if it sucks and blows its most likely a blown head gasket. Atmospheric vent systems work well and without electricity if they are properly designed and the home does not have backdraft issues. However allowing the exhaust air of your portable air conditioner to circulate inside your house greatly reduces the cooling effect and increases the power consumption of the portable air conditioner.
The exhaust air is merely hot air that supposed to be discharged to the outside of the house. The exhaust system and muffler remove the heat from the engine. The power of the draw increases as the vent duct heats up. Since furnace exhaust vent pipes are a prime suspect for air leaks around the chases sealing around them before insulating can great reduce infiltration and wasted heat.
This temperature should be taken inside the vent pipe approximately 8 to 12 inches outside the furnace cabinet. The exhaust air is merely hot air that supposed to be discharged to the outside of the house. Change The Air Filters Regularly. One night when it was -20 degrees outside the water heater froze and started leaking. This can be tricky in townhouses or condominiums where the outer wall for the utility room is fairly limited.