GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS:
Animals have always known to burrow into the earth, where the temperature is
relatively stable compared to the air temperature, to get shelter from winter's cold
and summer's heat. People, too, have sought relief from bad weather in earth's
caves. Today, with geothermal heat pumps (GHP's), we take advantage of this
stable earth temperature - about 45 - 58 degrees F just a few feet below the surface
- to help keep our indoor temperatures comfortable. GHP's circulate water or other
liquids through pipes buried in a continuous loop (either horizontally or vertically)
next to a building. Depending on the weather, the system is used for heating or
Earth's heat (the difference between the earth's temperature and the colder
temperature of the air) is transferred through the buried pipes into the circulating
liquid and then transferred again into the building.
During hot weather, the continually circulating fluid in the pipes 'picks up'
heat from the building - thus helping to cool it - and transfers it into the earth.
Hydron Module - Superior Components and Workmanship are the Key
- Construction to last a lifetime.
- Will never rust, chip or corrode.
- Cabinet carries a lifetime warranty.
- Completely insulated for whisper quite operation.
- Built with top of the line components.
- Uses only Copeland Scroll compressors.
- Built with pride by true craftsmen.