Geothermal Heating and Cooling Solutions

Energy efficient Bosch Geothermal Heat Pump Systems offers a cost effective solution for heating, cooling and hot water, by accessing the consistent temperatures of the thermal energy from the earth.

Ground temperature just below the earth's surface remain consistent year round and is a suitable for the geothermal heat pump system's heat source or sink. Naturally occurring, heat is absorbed or rejected from the earth with no effect on the environment.

Heat exchangers or ground loops are installed to transfer heat using high density polyethylene plastic piping. The loops are joined to the heat pump, then fluid travels between the heat pump and the earth.

Two options available:

Water to Air (W:A) Heat Pump: Effectively produces hot or cool air for use through a building via conventional duct work
Water to Water (W:W) Heat Pump: High performance production of heated or cooled water for distribution through a building through piping . High compatible with hydronic heating or cooling that can also be converted into heated or cooled air via fan coil unitsEC Series
Single stage EC Series with high efficiency brings geothermal technology into your residential or commercial project. Available from 2kw to 21KW in vertical, horizontal, split and counter flow configurations.

EC Large Series
Fitted with 2-Stage compressor power, bringing high efficiency into any commercial project. For projects up to 105KW in various configurations.

W:W1-Stage Series
1- and 2-stage W:W Series water-to-water modular reverse cycle heat pumps are used for hydronic heating, make-up air applications, or swimming pool heating. For applications from 7KW to 21KW, suitable for both domestic and commercial installations.

W:W 2-Stage Series
The modular design gives allows users to install units individually or in any combination to match the exact load requirement for your commercial project. Available in 35KW and from 70KW to 123KW.

High performance with cost saving results, Geothermal Heat Pump Systems from Bosch Hot Water intelligence ensures you stay warm or cool without harming the earth.

New Reasons to Take Advantage of Geothermal Heat Pumps

Geothermal drilling has been used in the U.S for quite some time now. In fact, in the 1970’s geothermal drilling was catching on in popularity due to certain advances in drilling technology. Recently, more efficient drilling processes have allowed for more cost-effective geothermal drilling projects. This form of drilling has been historically expensive due to high temperatures and hardened sites. Geothermal energy is a resource that has remained largely untapped. However, Ameridrill Inc. has just announced some new reasons to take advantage of the heat available through geothermal drilling.

For many years, utilizing geothermal energy sources was viewed as being environmentally friendly. Geothermal heat pumps have a much lesser effect on the environment and certain systems can cut greenhouse emissions by up to 40%. However, protecting the environment is not the only advantage of geothermal energy. In fact, geothermal energy sources can drastically cut the costs of both heating and cooling expenses. Geothermal heat pumps have a much lower operating cost than most traditional heating systems. Furthermore, most existing heat pumps can be easily converted to a geothermal system.

Perhaps one of the biggest advantages of geothermal heat pumps is their durability and reliability. When properly installed, a geothermal system can last upwards of fifty years. Additionally, once a geothermal energy source has been identified, the cost of hot water can be drastically reduced.

Although geothermal drilling has become a more efficient process over the years, not all HVAC installers have the experience required to utilize this resource.