Geothermal Energy

Geothermal Energy

Geothermal systems exchange energy with the earth to heat and cool buildings at a fraction of the operating costs of traditional HVAC systems. According to the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association, ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) can reduce energy consumption by up to 50%.

Based on our pioneering expertise in radiant systems, we engineered a superior geothermal ground loop system. Our RAUGEOTM system extracts more energy than convention ground loops, reducing drilling costs, and provides easy access and control from a manifold located in your mechanical room or in an underground vault.

Radiant Integrated with Geothermal
Radiant systems require very moderate supply fluid temperatures, typically 100-120°F in heating mode and 55-60°F in cooling mode. It’s precisely in these temperature ranges that a water-to-water geothermal heat pump operates most efficiently. This added optimization makes an already low-energy system work at unprecedented levels of efficiency.