Connecting to a Subterranean Manifold | Kensa Installer Series

Connecting to a Subterranean Manifold

Subterranean manifolds are prefabricated and designed specifically for use with ground source heat pump installations. They provide security and a central position to connect the heat pump’s ground array pipes together. Manufactured from tough, resistant polyethylene, they are available in a range of sizes and with differing numbers of inlets and outlets with control valves, flow meters and fill and purge ports.

In this video, we cover how to connect a ground array to a subterranean manifold, from positioning to electrofusion.

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