Geothermal heat pump
The heat pump that extracts energy from the ground
Heothermal heat pump extracts energy from the ground and water to heat, cool and heat the domestic hot water of the installation.
How does it achieve this? The ground source heat pump works on the principle of thermodynamics, for heating it extracts heat from the ground and even from the water, via geothermal boreholes, and introduces it into the house, and for cooling it extracts heat from the house and transports it to the geothermal boreholes.
Geothermal heat pumps models
ecoGEO geothermal heat pumps advantages
ecoGEO geothermal heat pumps are the first to introduce inverter technology, which makes the installations more compact and allows the heat pump to adapt to the installation, reducing its costs.
This is achieved thankcs to a variable speed compressor that provides the heat pump with the power required at all times.
Inverter technology + variable speed compressor
HTR heat recovery system.
Cold production in the same equipment, capacity to produce cold/heat simultaneously.
First manufacturer to use Copeland inverter technology
Cascade capacity up to 600 kW
Geothermal heat pumps advantages
No CO2 emissions
Renewable energy source
Savings of 70%
All in one system, heating, cooling and DHW
Low maintenance and low costs