Thermal energy stored in the earth, groundwater or air is used as a heat source. This heat source is supplied to the heat pump to heat a building and supply it with hot water. 75 % ambient energy and 25 % supplied electrical energy (motion energy) combine to provide 100 % heating energy for heat and hot water. Take advantage of the heat of the ground to cover your heating needs and possibly heating/cooling and domestic hot water.

Heat source the ground – horizontal placement:

At a depth of approximately 1.5 m, the geoexchange system is placed horizontally in the soil of your garden and thus absorbs the heat contained in the soil.

Heat source the ground-drilling:

The geoexchanger is placed vertically on the ground and thus requires very little space.