Discussion in 'Vertical and Horizontal Loops' started by Palace GeoThermal, Oct 10, 2010.
I have created an Album on Picasa that shows sites where we have drilled.
You can see it here
Nice eye candy!!!
The job under the slab of the garage looks interesting, the spinner atached to the side of the rig is a nice touch. I find it completely unfair that your jobs are so dry, and you have better scenery!
yep that is Utah....dry and scenic.
I've been considering getting a gps enabled camera for geo-tagging and tying such photos in to google earth.
Which is a roundabout way of buying more gear for some outdoor pursuits I have
My camera is not GPS enabled. I have to go and drop on them on the map.
Let me know how it works if you get one.
Looks like you are doing really well Dewayne!
I started using my iphone 4 and realized that all photos taken are tagged with gps coordinates as it gives you the option of reviewing them via google maps. It works extremely well actually.
Thanks Adam, good to hear from you.
About drilling in Utah...
I've recently purchased a house near downtown Salt Lake, and am considering going with a geothermal solution. My house is on a 0.18 acre plot which seems big enough for a horizontal layout, but vertical might be a better solution (lower impact).
Can anyone give me a general ballpark figure for drilling? I'd use a 2 - 2.5 ton system.
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