Hydronic Geothermal Heat Pumps

By: Econar  09-12-2011
Keywords: air quality, Heat Pumps, indoor air quality

Hydronic systems can provide both heating and cooling for your entire home.  Hydronic systems are used in specialized distribution systems including radiant floor and fan coil applications.

Hydronic System Options

GeoSystems offers two lines of hydronic geothermal heat pumps to heat and cool your home.  The HydroHeat family of products features an option for demand hot water – a unique feature among hydronic geothermal heat pumps.  The ECONAR family of products includes a combination hydronic and forced air unit called the DualTEK.  Adding a fan coil to these hydronic systems enables you to deliver forced air cooling throughout your home.

Specialized Hydronic Applications

Specialized uses for hydronic geothermal systems include: ice rinks, farms, snow melt, car washes, greenhouses or any other application that requires heated or chilled water.
Safety and comfort are designed into all of GeoSystems geothermal heat pumps.  Our network of Accredited Dealers can help you determine which type of system is best for you.

Safety and Comfort

Safety and comfort are designed into all of GeoSystems geothermal heat pumps.  No fossil fuels mean no combustion, no flame, and no carbon monoxide.  And when you combine a GeoSystems geothermal heat pump with Aprilaire indoor air quality products you ensure a total comfort experience every day.  Clean the air, control humidity, and deliver airflow just where you need it.  Our network of Accredited Dealers can help you design a system just right for you.

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GeoSystems complete line of geothermal heat pumps, combined with Aprilaire indoor air quality accessories, deliver a total comfort solution that you can rely on for years to come. Geothermal heat pumps offer a better way to heat and cool your home, school, church or business. HydroHeat geothermal heat pumps have been in production since 1982. ECONAR geothermal heat pumps have been in production since 1981.