David Holtzclaw
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GSHP for domestic hot water

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus Jun 28. 4 Replies

Howdy All,I'm looking for a water to water or refrigerant to water GSHP or VRF heat pump to be used solely for residential domestic hot water. The coil will need to be an internal double wall vented…Continue

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Eric Kjelshus replied to David Holtzclaw's discussion GSHP for domestic hot water
"I have done this.   With newer high Eff AC there is not the heat as 30 yrs ago.   Look at swing-green.com they sell a stand alone "FOX"  desuperheater.    You will need a preheat tank, if not all energy…"
Jun 28
David Holtzclaw replied to David Holtzclaw's discussion GSHP for domestic hot water
"Thanks John & Bill. Bill your experience is one reason why I wanted a larger heat pump with more capacity for a colder climate. John we are thinking along the same lines, but I hadn't thought about Space Pak/Solstice - thanks that was…"
Jun 21
William H Nickerson replied to David Holtzclaw's discussion GSHP for domestic Hot water
"Hey David, My experience with my Econar 3.5 ton has been that the temps in the fall,winter spring are so low it does not make sense. I have seen temps at 120 range only for a few weeks at peak cooling. The sensors are attached to the ports outside…"
Jun 14
John C. Semmelhack replied to David Holtzclaw's discussion GSHP for domestic Hot water
"Mitsubishi has a refrigerant-to-water heat exchanger in their City-multi VRF lineup, but you have to add an additional heat exchanger (probably in the tank) to move the heat from Mitsubishi's non-potable rated heat exchanger into the potable…"
Jun 13
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GSHP for domestic Hot water

Howdy All,I'm looking for a water to water or refrigerant to water GSHP or VRF heat pump to be used solely for residential domestic hot water. The coil will need to be an internal double wall vented hot water generator coil suitable for potable water. I see several desuperheater coils with these specs but curiously I can't find the "main" heat pump coil with these specs. I'm trying to avoid a second "geo storage" tank and go directly from the heat pump to domestic hot water tank like a…See More
Jun 11

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At 8:38pm on May 1, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

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