- WP Max Heat Pumps
- Stratified storage tank
- Solar Thermal Energy
- Heating + Cooling with photovoltaics
- Domestic hot water heating
- Control technology
The underground groundwater resources have always been of use to humans for the production of drinking water. But groundwater can still be used for much more than just drinking, showering and watering the garden. A groundwater heat pump uses this water for regenerative heating of buildings as well as for drinking water heating. The reason for this is the relatively constant temperature of the near-surface groundwater deposits, which is only subject to slight seasonal temperature fluctuations. Air temperature and solar radiation influence the groundwater by just one degree Celsius, so that it has a constant average temperature of 8 to 12 degrees Celsius - an ideal heat accumulator that the heat pump taps.
As an alternative to using groundwater, the soil is also a wonderful heat accumulator. Solar radiation, rain and weather influences, but also natural decomposition processes are stored by the ground. For the use of this energy a frost-deep buried earth collector can be used, with smaller available surfaces also a probe drilling can take place. The constant 7 to 12 degrees Celsius prevailing in this area of the earth's crust are completely sufficient to increase the temperature level through brine and the use of a brine heat pump so that it is suitable for heating purposes.