It is a recognized fact that geothermal applications utilizing multiple heat pumps are optimized when a single consolidated earth loop is used.
This consolidated earth loop approach capitalizes on load diversity and can reduce loop installation costs by up to 25%.
Until now, there were many reasons why an application did not use a consolidated earth loop. Typically, there may have been a need for individual tenant metering, as in a multi-tenant application. Or a centralized larger pump consumed too much energy. Or, in many cases the sophisticated control requirements led to excessive installation costs.
THOSE DAYS ARE GONE, YOU CAN NOW HAVE AN OPTIMIZED CONSOLIDATED LOOP WITH CONTROL SIMPLICITY AND INDIVIDUAL TENANT METERING, WHILE MAINTAINING A SIMPLE AND COST EFFICIENT INSTALLATION.
The benefits of taking advantage of load diversity are many, but perhaps the most significant is the impact on system performance/ installed cost. You have the flexibility to maximize operating efficiency or minimize installed costs, or compromise and have excellent efficiency with a reduced installation cost.
The circuit pump(s) are controlled directly with a branch circuit from the heat pump that is connected to it. No need for relay boxes or other more complicated control strategies.
All energy consumed in a Multizone System is monitored through the meters suppling power to the heat pumps. For landlords, that translates into zero energy costs.
LOWER INSTALLED COSTS
The simplicity of the system will result in fewer man-hours for installation as well as the significantly reduced earth loop size.
Simply by closing the pump isolation valves, turning off and disconnecting the electrical power and removing four bolts a pump can be removed and then replaced, and the total system does not have to be shut down during this procedure....... and for this the other tenants will be very thankful.
A great pumping solution for up to four geothermal heat pump system.
Unsurpassed in delivering the following benefits:
Ease of Installation
Very Low Operating Costs
Ease of Maintenance
Individual Tenant Metering
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