“Hydronic Cooling System”
The industry is largely unaware of the viability of hydronic cooling. Hydronic cooling cannot be in the floor due to condensation and the discomfort of cold on the feet (thus eliminating hydronic cooling from hydronic floors.) However, properly implemented, hydronic cooling has all the advantages of hydronic heating; no cold breeze, absolutely quiet, very effective cooling due to the radiant phenomenon. However, an inexpensive source for large amounts of chilled water in a home setting would normally be considered less practical to the HVAC engineer. But the high desert has a powerful phenomenon of the ability to chill water even after a very hot day:
In addition to the natural beauty of the reflecting pond, there is a powerful “natural energy harvesting” phenomenon that can be harnessed to cool a home even in the hot summer months. In the high desert, “the black body effect of the night skies” along with evaporation cools water rapidly. (This is experienced with swimming pools in the high desert, which must be covered at night to fight off the powerful chilling effects of the environment.)
FountainHead keeps on “rolling on” with cooling ability until the end of time with free energy from nature; it’s about a great quality of life.