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Coaxial Geothermal Probe Offers Higher Fluid Flows, Better Performance

20 June 2017
Coaxial Geothermal Probe Offers Higher Fluid Flows, Better Performance

Gräfelfing, June 20, 2017. Vincent Y. Blouin, an associate professor in the School of Architecture at Clemson University in Clemson, S.C., published an article about the first residential installation of GEOKOAX in North America.

GEOKOAX probes have been installed throughout Europe in the last 10 years and have shown to be valuable alternatives to fossil fuel and nuclear sources for heating and cooling. GEOKOAX installed over 1,200 jobs ranging from 5-ton single family residences to large-scale 5,000-ton commercial buildings in all types of soils. In North America, the first residential installation of a GEOKOAX probe was recently done in Pennsylvania. The system was designed to heat and cool the house and provide all hot water.

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