A Walkthrough of Our Newly Completed Project, Pt. 2
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Welcome to the second of our two-part series showcasing the heating system we recently installed at the Village at Tierra Verde. In the first video, we briefly went over some error codes to look out for and the various modes you can apply for the lead unit.
For today’s video, we start by explaining how to operate the lead unit’s thermostat. As you can see, all you have to do to unlock the thermostat is slide your finger across the buttons. The mode/enter button allows you to switch between the “heat,” “cool,” and “auto” setpoints. To change the temperature, just use the arrow buttons. Remember, the lead unit for this system controls the lagging units, so all you have to do is make adjustments to the lead unit and it will tell the lagging units what to do.
At 1:43 in the video, you can see the new electrical panel our in-house electricians installed. They did a fabulous job replacing not just the breakers on the new heaters but the whole housing for the panel.
“All you have to do is make adjustments to the lead unit and it will tell the lagging units what to do.”
At 2:30, you can see the old plate heat exchanger and well pump. The reason we don’t need this heat exchanger anymore is that we now have titanium heat exchangers for both the pool and well water. Well water can get pretty acidic, and it would burn a hole right through the old copper-nickel coils. Titanium heat exchangers are impervious to chemical imbalances, though, so the well water does not affect them. The well pump is powered by the electrical panel, but we’ve installed a disconnect right next to it that allows you to turn it off. This station supplies the well water to the heaters to heat the pool, and then it gets injected back to the discharge well.
As always, if you have questions about our GeoThermal pool heating systems, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to help.