Many heat pumps used in Ohio and Michigan are water source for comfort heating and cooling. Today, we want to look at the opportunity to... READ MORE
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Many heat pumps used in Ohio and Michigan are water sources for comfort heating and cooling. Today, we want to look at the water source... READ MORE
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The owner of a local engineering firm recently said to me, “First cost and space are key discussion points in any building design.” First cost... READ MORE
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Your client is interested in a commercial R-744 refrigerant heat pump water heater solution. The example system I used in this blog is an apartment... READ MORE
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Air source heat pumps are beginning to get attention in conversations among engineers in the northern climates. I appreciate everyone’s patience as you opened this... READ MORE
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How will the weather in a northern climate affect the selection of the heat pump water heater with R-744 refrigerant? What about the Coefficient of... READ MORE
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Hot water availability in many commercial and institutional buildings is critical. Engineers also know that these service water systems are generously sized for the peak... READ MORE
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How does the commercial heat pump water heater, using the preferred R-744 refrigerant, handle the domestic hot water recirculation load? The R-744 (carbon dioxide) heat... READ MORE
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What does a commercial air source heat pump water heater look like? Where will it be located and what are the major components that the... READ MORE
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We recently were asked about the use of ¾” hydronic pipe runouts on a radiant panel system. The contractor had a concern about the long... READ MORE
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