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Old 04-25-2012, 01:26 PM   #1
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where can i buy a 2 stage compressor for my geothermal ground source 6 ton heat pump

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csteele,

Do you already have a geothermal heat pump? If you do, I would contact whoever put it in for you. If you don't know who installed it in the house, then I would check out geothermalgenius.org, find a contractor in your area, and contact them.

If you're looking to upgrade from a single stage to a dual stage, then you may want to consider replacing the whole pump. There's a lot of other factors that need to be considered besides just the compressor when going from single to dual stage.

However, the increase in efficiency of a single to a two stage compressor is significant. Definitely worthwhile.



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