Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

1:00 - 3:00 PM
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Stellaria Building Community Room 
50 Shelton-McMurphey Blvd.
Suite 104
Eugene, OR 97401

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Sara Gundermann 
Small Planet Workshop 

Sanden CO2 Heat Pump

Design & Installation Workshop 

A Sanden hot water heat pump uses industry-leading technology found in refrigeration and air conditioning units, where energy is drawn in from the ambient atmosphere and transferred into heat. With a capacity to deliver nearly 20kbtu/hour, a Sanden CO2 hot water heat pump can be designed into a system that delivers all the domestic hot water (DHW) to a home with one circuit feeding a DHW mixing valve to reduce the temps to 120 degrees F, and another supplying a standard heat exchanger supplying hot water radiators or radiant slab.

For homes with a design temp heat load of 15 kbtu/hour or less, this can be the entire DHW and space conditioning system. Additional on demand hot water heater systems can be added into a design for homes with larger heat loads, or used as back-up systems to provide added capacity for extreme weather events or large homes where all but the coldest days can be supplied by the default Sanden system.

The Sanden Design and Installation Workshop will cover how CO2 works in a heat pump, it's effectiveness as a hot water heater, and design considerations of a COMBI-SYSTEM (DHW + space conditioning). Sanden Product Manager John Miles will lead the workshop.

The workshop is limited to 18 participants and will be held at the Stellaria Building Community Room.