Brightcore utilizes industry-leading technology in our development and construction process, allowing us to uniquely offer both conventional and confined space drilling. We also provide long-term preventative maintenance and monitoring utilizing our own proprietary software.
Utilizing proprietary drilling technology, boreholes are capable of being drilled at inclined angles, with a much smaller footprint at the top and larger footprint at the bottom. Because it uses water for drilling instead of compressed air, it allows for drilling in bedrock.
At Brightcore, we have both truck mounted drill rigs as well as custom mini-rigs in our fleet. That allows the capability to install a geothermal ground loop in new construction or open-space environments, as well as in existing buildings and areas with limited access.
Having multiple rigs enables us to reduce project lead time by operating several rigs simultaneously.
We have access to a fleet of drill rigs and can run several rigs simultaneously to reduce project lead time.
BRIGHTCORE CUSTOM MINI RIG
Great for installations in difficult terrain and low clearance spaces
Not available in the U.S. market - until now!
CONVENTIONAL DRILL EQUIPMENT
Great for installations
in large open areas
in certain geological
OUR UNIQUE GEOTHERMAL BUSINESS MODEL:
GEOTHERMAL DESIGN HIGHLIGHTS
RENEWABLE HEATING & COOLING PROJECTS DESIGNED BY BRIGHTCORE TEAM MEMBERS
BASICS OF HOW GEOTHERMAL HVAC WORKS
Heat pumps move energy to efficiently heat or cool a space
In the winter the heat pump boosts the relatively warm ground temperature to heat the building.
In the summertime, the geothermal system rejects heat to the cool ground and uses the cool ground temperatures to operate at extremely high efficiencies.
For every unit of electricity used 4 units of energy comes from the ground in the form of renewable heat. This makes Geothermal systems up to 50% more efficient than conventional air conditioning.
In the winter the ground is a heat-source
In the summer the ground is a heat-sink
Closed loop geothermal heat exchanger
GSHP= Ground Source Heat Pump