Daikin McQuay WGTV-721 2 Stage 6 Ton Geothermal Heat Pump Review

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The Daikin McQuay WGTV-721 2 Stage 6 Ton Geothermal Heat Pump is a powerful system with a lot of capacity, quality features, and real energy efficiency capability. It delivers effective air comfort year round, and can qualify homeowners for renewable energy tax credits on both the local, state, and federal level.

Pros

  • The Copeland K-5 scroll compressor, or the LG rotary compressor available in a variety of commercial voltages, is mounted on a double isolation system for reduced vibration and decreased operating noise. This allows this unit to be both quiet and efficient.

  • A compact ECM fan motor with 4 field adjustable fan speeds and 5 operating modes allow the homeowner to customize the geothermal heat pump to their operating preference.

  • The refrigerant circuit inside the system utilizes R-410A chlorine-free refrigerant, an eco-safe alternative to damaging, previous generation coolants.

  • MicroTech III allow easy open-protocol integration with either LonWorks or BACnet controls.

  • The Unit Status LED indicators and advanced diagnostics allow instant visuals on unit operation to make troubleshooting problems easier. This saves both time and money.

Cons

  • Like all geothermal heat pumps, the Daikin McQuay WGTV-721 2 Stage 6 Ton Geothermal Heat Pump requires substantial space in the underground exterior of the home in order to function properly. This reduces the applicability for all homeowners, but most can easily meet this requirement.

Bottom Line

The Daikin McQuay WGTV-721 2 Stage 6 Ton Geothermal Heat Pump is a quality heating and cooling system that’s ideal for larger homes with high demand air comfort needs. Best of all, it will allow such residences to reduce their annual energy consumptions costs without sacrificing quality of life.

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