Water Source Heat Pump system is one of the most efficient cooling and heating system available now. It is efficient due to its ability to move the energy from where it is not required to where it is in demand. This is done by the use of water loop that is looped to all the units of the individual WSHP.
Each WSHP can be placed at various location in the building and heat is added or rejected to the water loop by using boiler or cooling tower. Natural form of heat sources or heat rejection reservoir can be the pond, well or even the ground itself.
During summer and when cooling is called for, the maximum water loop temperature should be 90°F or 32°C. During winter, when most of the units are calling for heating mode, the auxiliary water heater should be activated when the water loop temperature drops to below 64°F or 18°C.
Selection of Water Source Heat Pump
Consider the following points when you make a decision to replace or buy a new WSHP for your home or building.
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