3 Ton 28.7 EER 2 Stage GeoCool Geothermal Heat Pump Vertical Package Unit

Item: HA18833
Model: GCHPV036TGTANXX
Condition: New
A top of the line product like the GeoCool GCHPV036 Geothermal Heat Pump Vertical Package Unit is an excellent example of the performance ground-source technology can routinely deliver. This unit is rated for up to 28.7 EER, an efficiency standard virtually no central air conditioner or heat pump can hope to match. To put geothermal performance in perspective, 28.7 EER is roughly equivalent to 33.0 SEER. The current government minimum is 14 SEER. Which means this GeoCool ground-source heat pump is approximately 2.3 times more efficient than a standard air conditioner.

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Overview

You can buy an air conditioner to stay cool in summer. You can get a furnace to keep your home warm in winter. Or you could invest in a geothermal heat pump to get both heating and cooling that saves you money month after month. Because while a geothermal heat pump can do it all, it will also deliver better energy efficiency than any other technology on the market.

A top of the line product like the GeoCool GCHPV036 Geothermal Heat Pump Vertical Package Unit is an excellent example of the performance ground-source technology can routinely deliver. This unit is rated for up to 28.7 EER, an efficiency standard virtually no central air conditioner or heat pump can hope to match. To put geothermal performance in perspective, 28.7 EER is roughly equivalent to 33.0 SEER. The current government minimum is 14 SEER. Which means this GeoCool ground-source heat pump is approximately 2.3 times more efficient than a standard air conditioner.

Of course, the GeoCool GCHPV036 geothermal heat pump doesn’t just come with over-achieving energy efficiency. It is loaded with durable components and quality parts to ensure long term operation. It comes standard with eco-safe R410A refrigerant, a variable-speed ECM DEC Star blower, Dallas Microprocessor, Flo-Link fittings, and a Copeland 2-Speed UltraTech Scroll Compressor. It also features freeze protection, condensate overflow switch, LED indicators, high and low pressure switches, easy access panels, and a sturdy cabinet.

So, instead of relying on an inefficient air conditioner and a costly furnace, get everything you need in a single system with a GeoCool geothermal heat pump.

Warranty Terms

For a full description of all warranties applicable to this product as well as individual manufacturer requirements, please review the manufacturer's consumer brochure and/or product warranty documents.  Online warranty registration must be completed within 60 days of installation.  Due to state laws, online registration is not required in California or Quebec. Call for warranty availability on scratch & dent and surplus items.

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Specifications

Model GCHPV036TGTANXX
Air Flow Direction Upflow
Avg Coverage Area 1,500 - 1,800 Sq Ft
Blower Motor Variable Speed
Compressor Two Stage
Cooling Capacity 3 Ton
EER 28.7
Electrical Phase 1-Phase
Heat Pump Efficiency (COP) 5.4
HWG Connection 1/2 inch
Loop Connection 1 inch
Max Overcurrent Protection 45 amps
Primary Heating Capacity 35,001 - 40,000 BTU
Product Height 44
Product Length 32
Product Width 25.75
Refrigerant R-410a
Voltage 240
Warranty 10 Year Parts, 10 Year Compressor
Weight 315.0000
California Residents see Prop 65 WARNING

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Is there a copper heat exchanger material that is going to be available soon? I do not need the cupro-nickel because I will be using a closed loop setup.
When does unit shift to 2nd stage?
When using a desuperheater on the unit, can the water heater choose to operate the heat pump?
Do you normally install an electrical heating backup unit with this geothermal unit?
I'm considering a closed loop glycol system that uses ground water accessible by a pre-existing 50 foot steel pipe. The theory is that I could drop the hose in to a depth that I determine when I pull the well pump and piping. The closed loop system would have a preset mark on one side to determine that that side of the piping has reached the water table. Approximately 50 feet of looped hose would be dropped into the water table resulting in 50 feet of heat exchange unit that is immersed in approximately 50 degree water. The returning heated or cooled glycol would quickly surrender or absorb heat from a water source that maintains constant temperature because of the depth and because it constantly being refreshed. This water source is in the aquifer that runs about 130 feet away. This system is very similar to a pond system that uses a closed loop to pump glycol through a water basin.
Is there a horizontal variant of this unit?
what is the normal amp draw for this unit not talking about trip but running current
Can this unit be used in an "open loop" system?