AirTap A7 From Airgenerate. Product Description. AirTap, converts “air energy” to heat and plugs directly into any gallon water tank. The AirGenerate A7 AirTap Heat Pump is a retrofit heat pump that will fit any existing gas or electric tank type water heater from 30 to 80 gallons in size. Hey everyone, haven’t posted in ages. As part of my Geo-system, the installer put in a buffer tank connected to the desuperheater, and a.
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The Black Hole of Calcutta This is the sump hole. Normally water dumped in here is absorbed within the hour. Originally Posted by randen. In fact, I’m barely even a hacker I’ll see how this AirTap works in cold weather.
Have to wait until winter. I don’t think there is a lot of residual heat under us from my oil burning days. Due to Solar PV.
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From what I have learned from a local Geyser owner, his unit works pretty well during the winter. SteveK is a mini-split fan like me, so there is no heating system warming up his basement. If I’m lucky, the basement might not get much colder than normal in the winter. Last edited by Xringer; at Maybe to meet your de-humidification goal you will need to rent a room out to a teenager or two.
The income from the rent will offset the cost for other eco-renovativating projects and the constant long showers will help you meet the goals of de-humidification with the Air-taps operation to meet the need. Best wishes for Mrs Xringer Randen. I’ve been re-thinking that goal, and I’ve considered the fact, that new dehumidifier from HD last summer wasn’t exactly cheap.
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And, maybe I should use it a little more. Just to get at least a little work out of it. It’s still looks brand new! The AirTap got a good work-out yesterday.
Two showers, after my we did a few miles on the bikes. It was a nice comfy evening and we just had to do some bike riding. Had to walk them up the hills, which is okay by me. One day at a time. In a few weeks, we’ll be back on the Lexington bike path! Anyways, I’ll come back here and post some performance info, when there are changes.
Like when it starts getting cooler. Let me be clear. Only with a lot less labor. There is no UL label on the A7. And it does not have a double-walled HX, like units you might buy at Sears etc. DIYers should know what can happen if devices they build cause damage to their insured property. If you have modified a product in any way, you could have problems with your insurance co. Even if the mods were made using all UL approved parts. In the past, insurance policies had a ton of fine-print, to protect the company from the need to pay out money, under a lot of circumstances.
I know of one case where a new bench grinder was used by the insurance company, as a reason not to pay, when a large furniture store burned down. The owner of the store lost everything millionseven his home.
Originally Posted by berniebenz. I already have a HW circulation loop with pump for my in floor heating system. Xringer, What temperature are you running the A7 at? My wife does dishes while the dish washer sets. She had me change 50 gal HW to She’s not complaining any more, the water must be hot enough. My mini split install will be in the same room as the A7, see Garage shop 50 gal hot water heater, below.
Do you see any problem with that? I know they might not work well if the mini split is putting out heat. I’m monitoring 50 gal hot water heater with TED. Please take a look at my last two weeks of monitoring, below. Remember this is the hot time of the year, so the readings are very low.
Can you tell me if installing an A7 is a good deal for me? I’m total electric, energy consumption is being provided by solar. Adding a mini split for the garage, so I’m looking to cut down somewhere else.
This is actually the spring tilt, for panels. I’m close to moving into the new Tan area, tool room. Electric done, starting on compressed air around the walls.
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The AirTap A7
To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 0 or greater. Last edited by Vern2; at More info on this HX: No brand markings, Stamped numbers: Good design info among these similar HXs.
All basicly same design, with and without embossed plate designs. Hi Vern, Our hotwater mixer is up-stream on the boiler. And the A7 tank does not have a mixer. So, the tank temperature is what we see at the kitchen sink. Right now it’s F.
We both like it right there. Our dishwasher has temp-boost sani-wash mode. So, it doesn’t need really hot water. Plus, lower temps mean less kWh used.
If you’re cooling the garage, down to 70 to 80F, the A7 will work fine. And will help cool the garage. As it pumps room heat into the tank.
In the winter, if you are heating the garage, some of that heat will be captured by the A7 and pumped into the tank. If the room temp is 70F or higher, the A7 power use won’t be very high. If it’s cold, in the garage, the A7 will use more power.
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