3.0/3 Ton Horizontal Geothermal Heat Pump EER 23.5
WARRANTY:- 10 YEARS ALL PARTS
Unit Model HPX036HSS
3.0/3 Ton Horizontal Geothermal Heat Pump EER 23.5
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What is a 3.0-ton Horizontal Geothermal Heat Pump EER 23.5?
Horizontal loop fields are commonly found in geothermal systems installed in more rural areas. This is due to the land required to construct a horizontal loop geothermal system. Sometimes horizontal loops can cost customers less to install due to less drilling required. The trenches required to install a horizontal loop only need to be 2-3 feet deep (although optimum levels are thought to be 6-10 feet deep), or below the freeze line.
Horizontal Ground Loop Benefits:
- Higher efficiency than vertical ground loops
- Installing can be much less expensive
- Commonly believed to require less upkeep
How does a 3.0-ton Horizontal Geothermal Heat Pump work in the USA?
In locations where the soil conditions allow for cost-effective excavation, horizontal loops are installed. When there is enough room, a horizontal loop can be installed, but it takes up more space than any other loop design. A heat exchanger made of plastic pipe makes up the ground loop. The plastic tubing circulates a water/antifreeze mixture that absorbs the ground’s heat.
A network of plastic pipes that have been sealed and are under pressure is buried into the ground horizontally, just below the earth’s surface, to create a water geothermal horizontal loop system. A horizontal loop is typically 500–600 feet long and buried 3–5 feet deep per tonne. For the trenches, a typical home needs 1/4 to 3/4 of an acre. A vital part of the geothermal system is the horizontal heat pump. So many design elements must be taken into account to guarantee the correct installation of a horizontal loop system. Ask your contractor about the design criteria taken into account for your geothermal loop.
Horizontal Geothermal Heat Pump USA Applications for the Next Generation
Around the world, the twentieth century saw enormous technological and economic advancements that would have been inconceivable just a century earlier. The promise of even greater achievements and challenges exists as we start a new century and a new millennium. We must closely monitor the impact of technology on the environment and the prudent use of energy resources if we want to maintain our economic prosperity. Recycling, sustainable development, the use of renewable energy, and improving energy efficiency are now the focus of our attention.
Geothermal heat pumps have recently been introduced and their use for heating and cooling buildings as well as for heating water has grown quickly. Customers favor these systems for a variety of reasons, including their effectiveness in heating and cooling as well as their energy efficiency. Other factors contributing to their appeal to designers, installers, and users include their adaptability, flexibility, and, most importantly, their affordability in terms of operation and maintenance.
Buy a 3.0/3 Ton Horizontal Geothermal Heat Pump EER 23.5 at Miamihp
A versatile product made by Miami Heat Pump in Miami is the 3.0 & 3-tonne horizontal geothermal heat pump EER 23.5. Purchase it with the best design possible to reduce your need for heating and cooling by up to 80%. All geothermal products are AHRI certified and have the highest energy star ratings.
Layout for 3.0-ton Horizontal Geothermal Heat Pump
If so, what is the ideal layout? Does the shape of a horizontal heat pump layout affect the total heat transfer from the soil to the working fluid? Through computer simulation and experimental modeling, this study examines the differences in thermal efficiencies of horizontal ground source heat pump layouts. The layout, or system of buried tubes, the ground on which the layout is installed, the working fluid that flows through the layout, and the heat exchanger that draws energy from the working fluid are the main components of a GSHP.
There is a lack of scientific data in the literature proving one layout to be more efficient than another and current industry practice is to use “rules of thumb” to decide which layout to install for customers. These rules of thumb are based almost entirely on environmental conditions and are presumed to be reliable despite the lack of supporting data. It is hypothesized that the layout with the most bends per square foot will be the most thermally efficient due to a more turbulent flow within the tubing.
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|CABINET-||Stainless Steel, Insulated Evaporator Section, Access Panels|
|DRAIN PAN-||Stainless Steel, Insulated|
|SAFETY-||High/Low Press, Switches, Condensate Over Flow Switch, Overload Protection, AntiShort Cycle Relays, Lock Out Relays|
|BLOWERS-||Centifugal Galvanized Wheel, BLDC Motor X13|
|REF CIRCUITS-||Thermal Expension Valve 1 Circuit|
|COND COIL-||Coaxial Cupronickel Heat Exchanger|
|EVAP COIL-||Copper Tubes, Alumininium Fins|
|EVAP COOLING CAPACITY – BTU/HR||WLHP 36,000||GWHP 40,000||GLHP 36,500|
|HEATING CAP. – BTUIHR (HEAT PUMP MODE)||WLHP 40,000||GWKP 32,000||GLHP 26,000|
|FACE VELOCITY – FPM||332|
|COIL ENTERING AIR TEMP. DB/WB- F||80.6/66.2|
|AIR VOLUME – CFM||1200|
|BLOWER SIZE & QTY||10”x7” / 1|
|FAN MOTOR-HP&QTY||3/4 / 1||FLA(EA)= 6.0A|
|WATER FLOW – GPM||9.0|
|ENTERING WATER TEMP. °F||WLHP 86.0||GWHP 59.0||GLHP 77.0|
|WATER PRESS. DROP – FT H2O||11.7|
|NO. OF CIRCUIT CAPACITY STEPS||1/1|
|TYPE & OTY||Scroll/1||RLA(EA)= 16.7 A||LRA(EA)=79.0 A|
|VOLTAGE RATING I PHASE / HERTZ||230/1/60|
|E.E.R.||WLHP 16.0||GWHP 23.5||GLHP 17.9|
|C.O.P (HEAT-PUMP ONLY)||WLHP 4.8||GWHP 4.2||GLHP 3.6|
|MIN AMP. / MAX FUSE – AMPS.||27/40|
|DIMENSION W” X L X H||40” X21.5 X 19.0|
|WATER CONNECTION SIZE||3/4|
|DRAIN CONNECTION SIZE||3/4|