Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
- Interior Open Loop System Components
- Interior Closed Loop System
- Horizontal Closed Loop System
- Vertical Closed Loop System
Overview of the Open Loop Geosystem Components Between the Well Pump and the Heat Pump Unit — with Project Manager Darren Rice
The Bleed Line Circuit: Piping and Flow Rate Control — with Ultra Geothermal Project Manager Darren Rice
The Bleed Line Circuit for an Open Loop Standing Column Well System and how it is controlled — with Ultra Geothermal Project Manager Darren Rice
Cleaning an Open Loop Geosystem Spin Down Sediment Filter — with technician Chris Webb
This is an installation of a horizontal loop in the ground and then the interior installation of a gas furnace and geothermal hybrid water-to-air system installed and designed by Ultra Geothermal
This was done by a customer of ours on a system that he had installed by others and chose to switch it all over to a closed loop system after having many issues with the open loop
Drilling well for closed loop
Inserting poly pipe into well and grouting it closed
Finished loops above ground waiting to be dug down to header into home
Header piping running 6 feet below the ground with insulation between supply and return lines
Taking Advantage of New England's Geology
Ultra's systems take advantage of our unique New England geology to provide relief from the extremes of our New England climate.
Standing Column Wells Provide Heat, Water
Water in deep “standing column wells” is the medium of the heat exchange between the earth and your home. These wells can also provide potable water. As an extra perk, our systems produce warm water, cutting down on water heating bills.
In order to customize your system for your site and your home, we work closely with energy distributors and manufacturers of geothermal heat pumps. We use time-tested heat pumps and accessories which are the most suited for you and your project.
Expert Design, Top Quality Equipment
Installations must be done right in order to provide a good return on your investment. There are no shortcuts. We use only the best design tools and the most efficient, most durable equipment for you and your home. Also remember that choosing the right well company to install your geothermal ground source coupling is important to ensure your geothermal operates at the best possible efficiencies.