GeoSyndicate Power P Ltd

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Every year residential buildings,office complexes, hotels, retail stores, shopping malls, corporate buildings and commercial buildings spend millions of rupees for installing and maintaining air-conditioners for space heating and cooling. But there is an alternative way for space heating and cooling, which is not only economical but also low on maintenance and more over eco friendly and it is geothermal heating/cooling using state of the art geothermal heat pumps.

Geothermal heat pumps tap relatively constant temperature of the earth below the frost line and air conditions heats and cools buildings at significant savings — 25% to 40% savings when compared to traditional systems. It is the world’s most efficient way to air condition commercial buildings.Unlike traditional furnaces air conditioning systems, geothermal heat pump systems transfer heat from one place to another using a simple process to provide both warmth and cooling.

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Higher Efficiency then other Systems

Geothermal heat pumps average 40% greater efficiency than air source heat pumps, 48% greater efficiency than the best gas furnaces and 75% greater efficiency than oil furnaces. Today’s best geoexchange systems outperform the best gas technology, gas heat pumps, by an average of 36% in heating mode and 43% in cooling mode.

Outstanding Comfort Inside, Virtually Invisible Outside

Traditional systems have two major shortcomings - first, they heat or cool an entire building at once, with little or no ability to control comfort levels in individual rooms or zones and secondly they occupy tremendous space both inside and outside the building. A geothermal heat pump system creates an exceptionally comfortable working environment, giving tenants or building occupants precise temperature control, by room or by zone. Humidity levels are ideal. There’s no “blast” of hot air, or “cold blow.” Temperatures don’t fluctuate, so thermostats don’t need constant adjustment.

It can compensate for morning or afternoon shade, heat buildup or temperature variance anywhere in a building. Larger areas such as conference or banquet rooms, auditoriums, indoor pools or fitness centers can also be controlled by separate heat pumps — so there’s no need to heat or cool the rest of the building if these spaces are used only occasionally. They are also much more compact than traditional systems, and out of sight. Mechanical rooms can be smaller. There are no boilers, smoke stacks or fuel tanks. No massive rooftop chillers requiring added structural support, labor and construction costs. No holes drilled in roofs to secure them either, reducing the risk of leaks. No above-ground equipment to be seen at all. In fact, the surface above a ground loop can be used for parking lots, walking paths or courtyards — an added plus for communities that want to protect or expand precious green space. And because geothermal heat pump equipments re usually underground (wells and piping) and inside (heat pumps), it’s not exposed to damage from weather or vandals.

More Design Flexibility, More Available space

Traditional systems limit architects, designers and engineers to traditional thinking. Geoexchange permits them to envision a new world of exterior and interior design possibilities. A geoexchange system needs only about one-third the space of a traditional boiler room. Pipes hidden above the ceiling transport warmth to or from concealed individual room heat pumps. Large blower units and radiators need no longer be a visual detriment inside offices or rooms. And the eyesore of above-ground and rooftop equipment completely disappears from view. The result? Unlimited architectural creativity. Geoexchange systems permit more-unusual, more-attractive exterior and roof designs. They allow historic buildings to be modernized without negatively impacting their appearance. They also permit more room in every room, with higher indoor air quality. More overall space available throughout the structure. And preservation of the landscaping or natural beauty that surrounds your building.

Environmentally Safer in the Air and the Ground

Even the most advanced fossil fuel systems release emissions into the air during combustion. The possibility of carbon monoxide fumes in buildings and leaks from underground fuel tanks are serious concerns, too. That’s why geothermal heat pump systems are fully endorsed by the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency. Geothermal heat pump is environmentally responsible, creating warmth without combustion while meeting the most stringent indoor air quality standards and drastically reducing greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, geothermal heat pump systems currently in use aid in removing more than 1.5 million metric tons of carbon emissions from our atmosphere annually.

A Constant Suuply of Hot Water

Another geothermal heat pump extra is plentiful hot water — an added plus for in-building cafeterias or restaurants, restrooms and maintenance facilities. In the summer, hot water is virtually free — produced by the waste heat extracted from interior air during the cooling cycle. Year-round, geothermal heat pump systems help make hot water abundant and up to 30% less expensive, by reducing the amount of electricity or gas consumed by hot water heaters.

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Less Maintenance, Fewer Interruptions

Traditional systems limit architects, designers and engineers to traditional thinking. Geoexchange permits them to envision a new world of exterior and interior design possibilities. A geoexchange system needs only about one-third the space of a traditional boiler room. Pipes hidden above the ceiling transport warmth to or from concealed individual room heat pumps. Large blower units and radiators need no longer be a visual detriment inside offices or rooms. And the eyesore of above-ground and rooftop equipment completely disappears from view. The result? Unlimited architectural creativity. Geoexchange systems permit more-unusual, more-attractive exterior and roof designs. They allow historic buildings to be modernized without negatively impacting their appearance. They also permit more room in every room, with higher indoor air quality. More overall space available throughout the structure. And preservation of the landscaping or natural beauty that surrounds your building.

Quick Payback Period

Geothermal heat pump provides an excellent return on investment for any business that chooses the technology. New drilling and trenching techniques have also helped bring loop installation costs down in recent years to where geothermal heat pump systems are on par with traditional systems. They frequently pay for themselves in less than 5 years — often, under 2 years. And continue to save thousands in annual heating and cooling costs for the life of the system.

Geothermal Heat Pump in a Nutshell

  • Cuts heating and cooling costs upto 80%
  • Increases comfort and control
  • Preserves building aesthetics and beauty of land
  • Simpler design, maintenance and operation
  • Environmentally friendly technology
  • No External or Roof top Chillers or Condensers
  • Independent of external climatic factors