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  1. #1
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    diakin altherma with solar hot water

    this system was a blast to install. and it won't be the last one.Name:  IMAG0628.jpg
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  2. #2
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  3. #3
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    Looks good.. One Question.. why no pan under equipment.. wouldnt wanna get a leak (prob in water heater) an ruin that wood floor.. ohterwise GREAT JOB

  4. #4
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    The hydro box to the left has its own
    built In pan, and I didn't feel the tank needed one being in a garage.

  5. #5
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    Very nice work! Did the homeowner look at geo at all or was it not a feasible option?
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  6. #6
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    Thanks, yes he did, but went with this option due to lack of space for loops and full modulation of compressor.
    be honest to yourself and your clients

  7. #7
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    That's awesome. I would like to do the Altherma training soon. They are being asked about more and more in the commercial world here. Where's the outdoor unit?
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    then we make laws to take it away.

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  8. #8
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    i must have missed that pic for uploading but i will post it. the solar hot water is amazing, the altherma never runs! 41 degree chilled water to the hydro takes care of the house very easy, and with low temp radiant he will be seeing a cop of almost 5

  9. #9
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    Nice work,, If u don't mind me asking Did u go to the Daiken on-site classes? or Online,,

  10. #10
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    none but a lot of preliminary research and i got my hands on the altherma commisioning, install manual.
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  11. #11
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    Nice work! I have been looking at that system, looks like a great alternative to ground source.

  12. #12
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    nice avatar, i have 4 of those on my resume. the altherma is a good choice and with a estimated 1,000.00 per year for heat, a/c, and hot water doesn't sound bad either.
    be honest to yourself and your clients

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