The Geothermal brine-to-water heat pumps utilize free energy which is transferred via a heat exchanger to a mixture of anti-freeze and water, the so-called brine.
Ground heat collectors are laid horizontally; nothing may be constructed on top of them. The heat exchangers consist of pressure-resistant pipes laid approx. 1.20 below ground level. If there is not enough horizontal space or if additional cooling is required, borehole heat exchangers are drilled vertically into the ground.
Numerous companies produce waste heat which can be utilized by bringing it to a higher temperature level using brine-to-water heat pumps.
The High-temperature brine-to-water heat pumps that we supply and install attain flow temperatures up to 70 °C which can be utilized for both heating and domestic hot water preparation. In pure heat pump operation, domestic hot water temperatures of up to 60 °C can be attained, thereby fulfilling the requirements of many country-specific standards regarding domestic hot water preparation.