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'A comprehensive and up-to-date guide which I would recommend to any installer, engineer or architect for the design, selection and installation of domestic geothermal heat pump systems.' Professor Gerhard Faninger, University of Klagenfurt, Austria 'This book, firmly grounded on the European experience of a heat pump engineer and manufacturer, contains a wealth of information both theoretical and practical which will be of great assistance to both system designers and installers.' Tony Bowen, president, Heat Pump Association, UK 'This little book describes the installation details of 12 domestic heat pump configurations in a repeated format and would be most useful as a general introduction for installers.' International Journal of Ambient Energy
Karl Ochsner founded the OCHSNER Heat Pump Company in 1978 to become one of the first European industrial producers in this field. He is president and shareholder of the corporation and is also chairman of the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA). Dr Robin Curtis is technical manager for EarthEnergy Ltd, part of the GeoScience Group. He has been promoting and developing the introduction of geothermal heat pumps into the UK market since 1992.
don't bother with downloading a sample of this book, the text ends right after the "table of contents". ......... i have seen this with many book samples.Published on December 21, 2012 by Gunther
this is actually one of the books that i really regret buying it, and this is rare to happen. it is a book you read through and you see no point and you learn nothing. Read morePublished on March 8, 2010 by Khassi
I pre-ordered this book before it came out and waited for almost 1 year past the print date to get it. I was very disappointed. Read morePublished on January 6, 2010 by W. Jackel