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    24 TON GEO

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    ANOTHER FARM SHOP 80X210 WITH 25X25 OFFICE
    2 12 TON W/W GEO UNITS, RADIANT FLOOR, 15 AIR HANDLER AND 28" 120' DUCT SOX FOR SHOP AC, 2 TON HYDRONIC AIR HANDLER FOR OFFICE.

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    Bet that costs a couple of bucks. For storage of farm equipment or what?
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    any backup heat?

    job looks really good.

    i've been working at a fedex facility. i was walking around inside today and they had ~ 6 big socks. They are fan only.

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    I normally don't put any backup heat in but we added a 4500 cfm exhaust fan and intake in wash bay and 2500 cfm exhaust for welding hood after the geo was done so I put at electric boiler in for backup and so geo doesn't have to work as hard if fans are going. Boiler will only come in if buffer tank drops below a certain temp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaT View Post
    Bet that costs a couple of bucks. For storage of farm equipment or what?
    Ya there's a few bucks there,also did exhaust system, airlines and plumbed pressure washer lines in wash bay. Building used for storage but mainly working on equipment.

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    that's a impressive pipe job. Nice, clean, straight. Insulation looks good. You deserve a
    " dirty filter??!!! Buts its only 2 years old"

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    Nice work!

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    Kick @$$ job bro!

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    That looks bleeping awesome. Is that all ground water or did you bury pipe?
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnsrose View Post
    That looks bleeping awesome. Is that all ground water or did you bury pipe?
    24 - 200ft vertical loops

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