These plans are starting to pan out

Ever since the emergence of a hotel/castle made completely of ice in Sweden every year it has become a fad in northern states. As an HVAC technician near one of these ice hotels it has fallen to me the last several years to attempt to heat the rooms while not compromising the ice. People are drawn to the exotic nature of a building made of ice but as it turns out they are not big on freezing while they stay there. Obviously you can’t have anything that is going to produce too much heat because you can’t have any melt. It was no easy task to heat a space without heating it. The first years we just used electric blankets on the bed but this only helped while they were sleeping. This year I came up with a genius solution. The first part involved building a skeleton of the building with pipework. I was going to use the hydronic method, using refrigerant lines to cool the water running through the pipes. The water would be pumped through the pipes continuously so that it will provide structural integrity for the icework and keep it refrigerated. So this solves the issue of keeping the structure cool. To warm the room I decided that the best way would being use a series of infrared space heaters. These heaters would be connected to thermostats restricted to safe temperatures for the rooms. I also designed some thermal release vents incase the the temperatures of the rooms exceeded the prescribed temperature. All of this design and HVAC framework was very experimental in these circumstances. It turned out to be a fantastic success and I made a name for myself in the process. Now ice castles all of the U.S. are using my framework. I never thought I would acquire acclaim as a HVAC technician.

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