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Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: B8-L1 Benet House
Title: Water
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Title: Water
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: B8-L1 Benet House
Physical Description: Brochure/pamphlet
Language: English
Creator: Florida heat pump corporation
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
65 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Benet House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 65 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.895708 x -81.313017
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091355
Volume ID: VID00027
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution.
Resource Identifier: B8-L1

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Heat pumps and

ground water

This remarkable energy saving com-
bination is possible because most
populated areas of the U.S. are
sitting on a huge untapped heat


sink ground water that maintains
a constant temperature the year
round.
The map illustrates the areas where
ground water temperatures above
58F permit the water source heat
pump to achieve unmatched effi-
ciencies in both heating and
cooling.


THE U.S. DEPT. OF DEFENSE has
officially stated: "The most effi-
cient method of using electric pow-
er for heating is the water source
heat pump ... Accordingly when
consideration is being given to the
use of heat pumps, the water source
should be evaluated first . the air
source is second choice."


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he atp .
"and air i '"" ,' .

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cient means of :
year-round home' "
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*The water source Heat
S..r i is time-tested and
widely used. It is noted
for providing ,. ..;+'.dly
.,:, .- '. t .i. 0.,1 to or
superior to any other air condition-

The FHP Heat Puiimp is
1,',. : I I. sim ilar to a
conventional air condi-
tioning unit with this ex-
ception: It uses the available water
to cool the refrigerant, as ..!n...dJ
to the to air used by


from 300 to 40 air.
FHP is one of the world's
leaders in water source
heat '. ..-' w-, .-,.
They "[ : J;. v exclusive-
ly in this most -,':... -.. form of
energy transfer and are I. r-.,, re-
sponsible for ,.1 i of the engineer-
ing developments that have made
the water source heat pump the
most talked-about environment sys-
tem for the energy conservation age.
Note: 5'. Savings for Heating, as
to electric heaters.


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Assures constant, smooth air
distribution. Blower motor is
protected against burnout or
S overheating and is permanently
lubricated.


Internal wiring, installed and tested
at the factory assures top performance.


A large water to refrigeran uui, Jdeiiol
provides optimum efficiency for the
transfer of heat. Also available as an
option is a marine type cupronickel
condenser.




Simplicity

of design

means reliable

performance

and lowest maintenance


* Only three of the FHP Energy
Miser components are considered
"moving parts."

THE COMPRESSOR pumps the re-
frigerant through its cycle from the
condenser to the evaporator coil.
THE BLOWER moves the air
through the unit and the space to
be conditioned.


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CONTROL CENTER: Activating
cooling or heating as required. It
also contains the various safety
switches.

When cooling, the FHP Energy
Miser unit absorbs and transfers the
heat from your conditioned space
to the water attaining ENERGY
EFFICIENCY RATINGS AS HIGH


COOL AIR


Full Capacity Heating and Cooling
with positive humidity control by
designed staggered tubes and
rippled fin construction.




Comparable to a household
refrigerator's defrosting control. You
may readily change from heating to
cooling with the simple flick
of a switch.



Economical and durable, protected
by the FHP Manufacturing Co. five
year warranty. The compressor is
isolated in a separate acoustically
insulated compartment with internal
and external isolation for quiet
operation.



For efficient and economical service
evaluation of your refrigeration system.


as 13.3 (btu/hr per watt).
When Heating, the FHP Energy
Miser unit absorbs and transfers
heat from the water to the condi-
tioned space achieving CO-
EFFICIENT OF PERFORMANCE
RATINGS AS HIGH as 3.5. Elec-
tric Strip Heaters are rated at a
C.O.P. of one (3412 btu/hr per
kilowatt).


WARM AIR


RL i VI 1C-RATION CY.


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VERTICAL SERIES, single and dual
circuited units available in 15 standard
models. 10,000 through 240,000 btu/hr
Cooling and 13,000 through 230,000
btu/hr Heating.
Note:
Piping connections for optional "Marine
type" cupronickel condensers are inside
the front lower panel. Piping access bot-
tom front.


HORIZONTAL SERIES, single
circuited units available in 10 standard
models 10,000 through 120,000 btu/hr
Cooling and 13,000 through 115,000
btu/hr Heating.


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THE "HR-P" HOT WATER HEAT
RECOVERY COIL (optional accessory)
to provide your domestic hot water.
When your FHP "Energy Miser" Unit is
equipped, with the optional "HR-P" Heat
Recovery coil it can utilize the heat that
is absorbed from the space being
conditioned to heat your hot water.
Available in three sizes to fit various
applications, the HR-P Kit can be
installed under your unit or mounted on
the left side


Performance Data:


MODEL

EM-10


Cooling
LEAVING WATER TEMPERATURES


850F


BTU/HR

10,600


EM-14 14,840

EM-20 21,200


28,620

36,040


44,520


55,150


EER

8.7

8.5

9.0

9.7

10.8


9.9


95F


BTU/HR

10,000

14,000

20,000

27,000

34,000

42,000

52,000


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65,720


62,000


EER

7.7

7.6

8.0

8.6

9.6


Heating
ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURES


60F


BTU/HR

11,800

18,500

23,500

30,000

34,000

42,000

50,000


80F


* 4


COP IBTU/HR


2.7

2.8

2.5

2.7


13,335

20.905

26,555

33,900

38,420

S47,460
54,000


COP

2.8

2.9

2.6

2.8

3.0

2.8 -
2.8


BTU/HR

15,070

23,620

30,005

38,310

43,415

53,630

57,000


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63,000


68,050


73,500


COOLING CAPACITY DATA: Based on A.R.I. Conditions of 800 D.B. And 670 W.B. Entering Air. The A.R.I. certified capacities are same air, with
85 E.W.T. and 950 L W.T.
EER = ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATIO, The Total Cooling Capacity divided by the Total Watts Electrical Input.
HEATING CAPACITY DATA: Based on A.R.I. Conditions of 700F Entering Air. The A.R.I. Certified Capacities are same air, with 700F Entering
Water Temperature, same flow as the Cooling Cycle.
COP = COEFFICIENT OF PERFORMANCE, A COP of 1 equals 3412 BTU/HR With an Electrical Input of one Kilowatt. Therefore, COP listed is cal-
culated by dividing the total heating capacity by the electrical input divided by 3412.
CURRENT DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS REQUIRE A MINIMUM ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURE OF 58'F FOR HEATING
Specifications subject to change without notice. 0

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EM-27

EM-34


/EM-42


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J EM-52


EM-62


COP

2.9

3.0

2.8

3.0

3.2

3.0

3.6


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