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WaterFurnace International Inc.: Geothermal, Water-Source Heat Pumps

October 9, 2006
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The Envisionâ„¢ Series residential geothermal and water-source heat pumps have a cooling efficiency of up to 30 EER, and a heating efficiency of up to 5 COP. Utilizing R-410A refrigerant, the product line also comes equipped with Copeland Scroll compressors. Dual-capacity units include Scroll UltraTech compressors mounted on double-isolation plates for extra quiet operation. A ComfortAlert module monitors compressor operation for added reliability and easy troubleshooting. The microprocessor control sequences components for better performance. Controls communicate with the thermostat to display service messages. Externally mounted status lights indicate normal operation or display faults to assist the technician in troubleshooting. Features include a variable-speed ECM motor with up to 12 airflow selections, onboard diagnostics, and a plastic drain pan with electronic overflow protection to eliminate the possibility of condensate flooding. The unit preheats water and delivers it to the water heater. In the heating mode, the hot water is generated at the efficiency of the unit. In cooling mode, waste heat is recovered and used to heat the water. Envision heat pumps are available in vertical and horizontal units in 2-6 ton sizes.

WaterFurnace International Inc., 9000 Conservation Way, Fort Wayne, IN 46809; 260-478-5667; 260-478-3029 (fax); www.waterfurnace.com

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