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Geothermal heating is the direct use of geothermal energy which comes from the Earth's core. The heat is contained within the Earth's core from the radioactive decay of materials and the solar energy at the Earth’s surface. The heat is extracted from a reasonable earth core temperature of 54 to 56 degrees Fahrenheit. The cooling process is the same procedure where it is extracted as a refrigerant product and the temperature is 54 degrees Fahrenheit. Geothermal heating and cooling process provide air space conditioning, as well as heating, and humidity control. They may also provide water heating to supplement or replace conventional water heaters available. Geothermal heating and cooling process work by moving heat rather than converting chemical energy into heat. Your local geothermal heating and cooling supplier will carry parts in order for the natural heating system to work. The first part is the geothermal heat pump which is packaged in single cabinet. It consists of a compressor, heat exchanger, and the controls. Other parts that are in the heat pump are the air handler; duct fan, filter, and refrigerant-to-air heat exchanger, and the condensation removal system (used for air conditioning). They are used to distribute heat using the air that is established into the system. In residential areas, the geothermal heat pump is usually located in a basement or the attic, or closet and sometimes, it may be hung above a suspended ceiling or in a self-contained console.
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More on Geothermal Heating - Cooling
Most residential areas use a subsystem which is commonly called centralized heat and air to distribute heat and coolness to any area that has the air duct. The only disadvantage is that it could not be controlled unless the central controlled is adjusted. For commercial areas, they use multiple heat pumps and they are attached to the same connection that is located on the central part of the structure. By this process, each area where the pumps are located is individually controlled. It is more convenient and easy to manipulate since the temperature can be adjusted individually. The advantages for having a geothermal heating and cooling system installed by your local provider is that it provides efficiency than air source heat for earth-regulated temperatures are much more uniformed every year than air temperatures. They are environmentally-sensitive, comfortable, and economical. It also produces less environmental harm than the other space conditioning technology available. Overall, geothermal heating and cooling has the lowest environmental cost than air source heat pumps and natural gas furnaces.