The Charles Machine Works Inc. upgrades its campus with geothermal system, Pt. 2

The Charles Machine Works Inc. upgrades its campus with geothermal system, Pt. 2

“As a company, we’ve made a living out of serving the underground construction industry, and to stay on top of the latest trends and understand the newest innovations, we figure there isn’t a better way than to install them at our own facilities,” says Tony Guinn, plant engineer for CMW.  According to Guinn, he and others at the company initially familiarized themselves with geothermal system concepts via relationships with nearby Oklahoma State University, where the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGHSPA) is headquartered.

After extensive consultation and collaboration with the design team, Stolhand determined the best solution to achieve all of CMW’s operational and cost-saving needs was to replace the antiquated chiller and boiler with an energy-efficient heating and cooling exchange system powered by a geothermal field.

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