Geothermal Item ID: #532
Ultra Performance Geothermal -2 Ton-
Our systems are designed to eliminate the use of water by extracting heat from the ground via use of refrigerant loops buried directly underground. The first prototype was installed in 1993 and the first production unit was sold in the fall of 1994. Several US patents for the design and method of operation were obtained at the same time.
Ultra Performance GeoThermal™
Infiltration of Outside Air in Winter
MANY advantages exist in the AMERICAN DREAM ULTRA PROFORMANCE technology that are superior to conventional geothermal systems both the “open loop” and “closed loop” variety.
1. Fewer parts to the system
2. Does not require a supply and return well.
3. Does not require a well pump or circulation pumps.
4. No water heat exchanger and associated valves to corrode, freeze and break.
AMERICAN DREAM ULTRA PERFORMANCE principle allows the refrigerant to come directly into contact with the earth, separated only by copper tubing. During winter, maximum heat transfer takes place at higher temperature than conventional ground loop technology without the maintenance and electrical cost of circulation pumps.
AMERICAN DREAM ULTRA PERFORMANCE systems can be installed in a more confined area than a conventional ground loop system, primarily because the heat exchanger coil is much more efficient at transferring heat to the refrigerant than a plastic earth exchanger
AMERICAN DREAM ULTRA PERFORMANCE GEOTHERMAL has its refrigerant evaporator / condenser in direct thermal contact with the earth from which heat is either extracted from during the heating mode or introduced to during the cooling mode of operation.
AMERICAN DREAM ULTRA PERFORMANCE GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS working fluid is r410 a refrigerant and the copper ground loop is the primary heat exchanger. Such geothermal heat exchange is the most efficient and effective way of achieving heat exchange in heating and air conditioning systems.
The elimination of the secondary earth heat exchanger (typically plastic in nature) and its associated working fluid reduces the temperature difference required between the ground and the evaporating refrigerant yielding a higher suction pressure than a conventional system under similar circumstances and thus a higher efficiency.
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