Your energy consumption for heating will be lowered up to 75% with the use of NIBE ground source heat pumps.
NIBE produces 15 different types of ground source heat pumps, ranging from 5 kW to 40 kW. By using a cascade connection it is possible to achieve an output of 360 kW.
The energy consumption for heating and hot water can be lowered by up to 75% with a ground source heat pump from NIBE in comparison to heating systems using fossil fuels.
Single Phase GSHP
Three Phase GSHP
During the summer, solar heat is stored in the soil. This is either directly absorbed as insulation or as heat from rain and the air from the near-surface layer of the soil. Using this energy for heating is a cost effective method. The highest yield can be obtained from soil with high water content. The heat is extracted from the soil by means of buried plastic tubing. An environmentally-friendly, non-freezing emulsion of water- and glycol circulates in the tubing. The soil above the earth collector may not be sealed off under any circumstances, i.e. by buildings, asphalt or concrete.
Earth collectors do not require a permit. Installation depth is approx. 20 cm below the local frost line.