Zoned geothermal system is answer for historic dorm renovation

Zoned geothermal system is answer for historic dorm renovation

The system specified included 17 geothermal wells that extend 500 to 600 feet below the sidewalk outside of the buildings. The wells are connected to three Mitsubishi Electric condenser units, which were installed along with a central controller in a mechanical room built in the attic.  A ClimateMaster make-up air unit brings in outside air for ventilation, recovering energy from the exhaust to pre-heat and dehumidify the air. 

Stoddard Hall is one of the oldest dormitories in the country.

OXFORD, OHIO — When renovating a historic building, it c

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