GHX

AcronymDefinition
GHXGlobal Healthcare Exchange
GHXGround Heat Exchanger
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The GSHP is fed by ethylene glycol circulating through six borehole-type ground heat exchangers, the total capacity of the GHX is 65 kW (221,790 Btu/hr).
I left GHX after about nine years to help start another collaborative technology company called InVivoLink.
The current GHX senior management team will continue to lead the company.
Equity investment firm Thoma Bravo LLC announced on Thursday the sale of Global Healthcare Exchange LLC (GHX) to Temasek, headquartered in Singapore.
Thoma Bravo, Llc, a leading private equity investment firm, has said that it has completed its sale of Global Healthcare Exchange, Llc (GHX), a provider of connected intelligent healthcare supply chains, to Temasek, a Singapore-based investment company.
Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) (January 1, 2013).
The thermal transportation capability of the water loop and the thermal energy storage capacity of the GHX can be beneficially exploited for a DHW heat pump.
A central geothermal heat pump system (a 60 ton [211 kW] magnetic-bearing chiller that can produce up to 90 tons [317 kW] under certain conditions) providing chilled water and hot water was selected as it allowed for an innovative method of coupling sensible cooling devices directly to the geothermal earth heat exchanger (GHX).
Some reprocessors utilize cutting-edge supply chain systems such as GHX to fit into existing supply, storage and usage patterns.
The domain of interest for ground heat exchangers (GHX) is quite broad--short time performance is governed by heat transfer near the pipe and within the borehole, with length scales on the order of 6 in (15 cm).