The costs during installation are returned through energy savings in around 5 to 10 years since Geothermal systems have one of the lowest relative operating costs compared to any HVAC systems available. Consuming 25 to 50% less electricity than other heating or cooling systems, Savings is the biggest advantage when choosing Geothermal Heat Pump.The costs during installation are returned through energy savings in around 5 to 10 years since Geothermal systems have one of the lowest relative operating costs compared to any HVAC systems available. Consuming 25 to 50% less electricity than other heating or cooling systems, Savings is the biggest advantage when choosing Geothermal Heat Pump.
Practicality & Flexibility
Hardware for Geothermal heat pump systems require less space and allows design flexibility compared to other HVAC systems. Thus, it can be installed in both new and retrofit situations and frees up space for more productive use.
Compared to other systems available for heating and cooling, Geothermal Heat Pumps are one of the most efficient. The stable ground temperature requires less work from the geothermal heat pump unit. Producing 3-5 BTUs for every 1 BTU of electricity used to heat or cool a structure, it is 300-500% more efficient than utilizing electric resistance heat and 20-30% more efficient than typical boiler/tower systems.
Durability, Minimal Maintenance
With lesser mechanical components, Geothermal heat pumps have fewer maintenance requirements. How components are set up underground further protects them from weather, dirt and possible vandalism. The underground piping used in this system often lasts more than 20 years for the inside components and more than 50 years for the ground loop. Water source heat pumps are also easy to service and do not require specialized training. This allows for more flexibility regarding maintenance and service.
Aesthetically Pleasing, Quiet Operation
Since the ground loop acts as a heat transfer device in a Geothermal heat pump system, there's no concern about noise outside the home and eliminates the need for an unsightly outdoor condensing unit or cooling tower. Geothermal units are usually located inside the building space and can be installed in the ceiling, a closet or along an outside wall.
The Department of Energy (DOE) recognize geothermal systems as among the most environmentally friendly HVAC systems available today. As the ground loop is completely sealed, there is little risk for soil and aquifer contamination. Our units utilize R-404A refrigerants with no ozone depletion potential. Its high efficiency reduces the need to burn fossil fuels, which in turn decreases emission of CO2, known to be very harmful to the environment.
Refrigeration Condensing Units
Coldflow Hermetic and Semi-hermetic Air-cooled and Water-cooled Commercial refrigeration condensing units, ranging from ¾ HP to 30 HP are designed with state-of-the-art components, and the latest heat transfer technology. All Coldflow units are built to the highest and most stringent standards, ensuring the quality workmanship, Efficiency, Durability and reliability demanded in the commercial refrigeration industry.
Coldflow offers a complete condensing unit line with all standard features for ease of replacement.
- Compact easy drop-in unit.
- Quietness where low levels are demanded.
- Durable coils constructed of aluminum fins on copper tubes to ensure long life.
- Proven reliability and quality for uninterrupted, trouble free operation.
- High efficiency - Coldflow is of the highest efficiency units on the market today.
- Easy accessibility and serviceability. All Coldflow units are designed with large electrical terminal boxes and easily accessible refrigeration connections to make installation and service fast and simple.