Shared Ground Loop Array Ground Source Heat Pumps In Tower Blocks

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This Kensa commissioned motion graphic depicts the key stages for the installation of Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pumps into individual flats in tower blocks, connected to shared ground loop array boreholes.

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