Hey all, I got a couple of questions about geothermal and I hope someone here can answer them. I work at a water treatment facility in Lexington Kentucky and we have an output line that gives 17.5GPM of water on demand but it comes out of one of the cooling tanks from our processors so it is a constant 44 degrees. We have a supervisor office on-site and one of my guys got ahold of a 5ton Bryant Evolution Geothermal unit that we want to hook up to heat and to cool the office. We have drainage already so pump and dump should work. I see I need 3 Gallons Per Minute per ton so I got enough water for shure but is that temperature too low? Groundwater is in the 50's so don't know if 44 is going to cut it. Will it either not give me heat or cause a freeze up. How much temperature can a unit -pull out- of water per minute as a maximum? If this works Anyone here in the Lexington area want to hook it up? It's already in the closet. I got power and ducts done. I got access to more pipes, valves and actuators than you can shake a stick at so I'm looking for someone to rig up a thermostat and get the unit set up for best heating and cooling options. I looked through the maunal and it looks like you need a special degree just to read half of it!