Me and my firm have been operating in the HVAC sphere for about 20 years now and we’re pretty confident that we have done the best most projects. The beauty of life is not a matter how long you are doing something it can at all times surprise you. This was the case for the firm and I recently as a project was proposed to us that we had never done. In fact we weren’t also sure if it had ever been done before. A local factory that gets incredibly hot inside wanted some way to decrease the temperature within their facility. This was a fairly modest factory but all they managed was plastic molding and this is the high temperature process. So someone in their provider got wind of hydronic HVAC solutions and they wanted to know if the could use that system to remove heat as opposed to provide heat. So I was intrigued, in theory the hydronic method ought to be remove heat just as effectively as it brings it in. The challenge would be that you can’t put concrete on the ceiling, which is the normal method. Since heat rises the pipework is most effective high up. We decided that just running the pipework with the ceiling would be effective more than enough. The water would be pumped through in the usual way but instead of being heated on the way out by a tankless water heater, the water would be cooled as it left through refrigerant lines. This would serve to just pull the heat right out of the factory. The installation was a well designed success and everything functioned the way we thought it would.