Hot Loops

Many geothermal loops over time have become over heated causing the loops to stop cooling efficiently. These are known as hot loops. Geothermal Hot Loops  has successfully restored these systems without adding more ground loops. Utilizing an evaporative cooling tower will increase the ground loops cooling efficiency. 

Geothermal Loop Not Cooling Solution

A geothermal hot loop or stops cooling properly occurs when a ground source heat sink becomes inadequate. The original design fails to cool properly in most cases. This technology has been used for years and over those years mother nature is doing its job, retaining the heat.

Text Box: Geothermal heating and cooling takes advantage of the natural stable warmth stored in the earth. Normally the earth temperature is around 55 degrees F (13 degrees C) at depths of 10 ft. In climates warmer than 55 degrees F (13 degrees C), this can be used to air condition a building, and in colder climates (those under 55 degrees F or (13 degrees C) it can be used for heating. 

A geothermal heat pump uses the water or transfer fluid (such as water mixed with antifreeze) as a heat source in winter and a heat sink in summer. Some geothermal heat pumps provide heating and cooling via forced air distribution, and others through the heating and/or chilling of water for radiant type systems.

Geothermal heating and cooling systems use the natural constant ambient temperature of the earth to heat in the winter and cool in the summer. This is accomplished with a compressor or heat pump unit, the liquid heat exchanger medium, and the air delivery system.

In this energy geo-exchange over the years some geothermal ground loops become over heated. In most cases this is due to seasonal changes and the ground retaining the heat and in some cases do to poor regional location installation. 

Here is one of our sample cures


     Carefree Research House

Please Visit:

Email your questions and comments to:

Store Location  / I-75 Business Park


I-75 / Georgia Exit 69

74 Chula Brookfield Road

Chula, GA   31733

(904) 424-9773