Water Source Heat Pumps

The American Geothermal Water Source Heat Pump System is a unique, reverse cycle water-to-water heat pump capable of producing large quantities of heated or chilled water at a fraction of the operating costs of other existing systems. Any ground or other water can serve as its energy source.

The heat pump’s unique design allows it to use energy stored in water as its primary energy source, only supplementing with electricity as necessary. The energy in water is FREE! Using the water source heat pump system will allow you to cool your concrete up to 10° and heat your concrete up to 20°.

American Geothermal has combined solid state computer controls with advanced heat pump technology to create this efficient method of heating and cooling concrete. Each unit is designed to recover during the evening hours without supervision.

  • Solves temperature control problems and improves end product.
  • One unit heats or cools with the flip of a switch.
  • Cools your batch water to 35° and heats up to 120°.
  • Built into regular batching procedure with no time loss.
  • Completely automatic, low maintenance.
  • Custom designed to meet your production requirements.
  • Easily expandable, interchangeable modular design.
  • Factory support and training.
  • Easily portable (option).
  • Energy efficient and economical to operate.
  • Significantly lower operating costs than other heating and cooling methods.

Let us help you identify your concrete heating & cooling needs. You enjoy the Reliability, Quality and Savings!

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Mix Design Questionnaire »

Zip Code
Site or Location of proposed equipment

What is your water source for batchwater?

If other than municipal, is there a problem with water runoff?

Source water temperature in degrees F
F Summer
F Winter

Ambient air temperatures
F Summer
F Winter

Typical mix design

  Weight of mix Summer Temp Winter Temp
Pounds of Cement
Pounds of Stone
Pounds of Sand

Pounds or Gallons of TOTAL moisture


Pounds or Gallons of BATCH moisture


Desired concrete placement temperature at delivery site

F Summer
F Winter

Distance from batch plant to delivery site:


How many yards of concrete per day do you plan to cool & heat?

YDS Summer
YDS Winter

How many total yards of concrete do you plan to cool/heat this year?

YDS Summer
YDS Winter

What electric service do you have at the plant:

Volts Hertz Phase Amps

What other fuel sources are you using now?


What is the timing of your heating and cooling improvement?



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