Our largest heating project to date is the Northwest Maritime Center, in Port Townsend. It incorporates 40-tons of geothermal heating and cooling, in both water-to-water and water-to-air applications. We used 10,
water furnace heat pumps, and titanium heat exchangers which are hung on the piling at the end of the dock. There are a myriad of heating systems, including radiant floor, radiators, and a fan-assist duct coil on the water-to-water side, and forced-air heating and air conditioning on the water-to-air side.
Domestic hot water is also supplied with water-to-water heat pumps.
It was an exciting and challenging job, and one which we are certainly proud of.