How to cool and warm your home using a geothermal heat pump

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open well 300x265 How to cool and warm your home using a geothermal heat pumpIf you want to replace your existing conventional or air source heat pump with an efficient, as well as economic heating system, then a geothermal heat pump can serve as a perfect choice. A variety of other benefits can also be enjoyed with the usage of a heat pump. For instance, its functioning does not lead to any kind of dangerous emission. Mentioned below is an overview on the functioning of a geothermal heat pump.

Among the key components that enable for the smooth performance of a heat pump are ground loop, pipes, refrigerant unit, and variable speed fans. The ground loop includes a series of pipes, which in turn runs underground at a depth of at least six feet. The loop’s length is mostly based on the heating and cooling requirements of your home as well as climatic conditions. When it comes to the pipes, they are made from high-density polyethylene.

Depending on the climatic conditions, the refrigerant unit absorbs heat from the underground or disperses heat with the help of components such as compressors and heat exchangers. In the case of variable speed fans, its prime role is to push out the warm or cool air through ducts in order to circulate to the entire parts of your home. Above all, when used with a desuperheater, a geothermal heat pump can help you heat domestic water.

 



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