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Heat Pump technology involves equipment which transfers energy from one location to another using the refrigeration process. It transfers low temperature energy to a refrigeration loop, compresses the gases to a high temperature and transfers this heat to the hot water and heating distribution system. No matter how large or small the building, we will have a heat pump system to meet your needs. Our systems range from a single 6kW unit to multiple units with a single controller producing around 300kW. Domestic hot water storage is also provided using 180 to 1000 litre pressurised vessels designed specifically for our heat pumps.
Where there is plenty of land available, horizontal closed ground loops are normally the most cost effective method. Polyethylene pipe is laid in trenches approximately 1m deep and a mixture of water and food grade anti-freeze ('brine') is circulated to collect energy from the ground.
Where space is tight, vertical boreholes incorporating vertical closed ground loops may be the answer. They can range from 25m - 150m deep but can be expensive when compared to horizontal closed ground loops and depending on the location. A closed polyethylene U-tube is placed in the borehole and a mixture of water and anti-freeze is circulated to collect energy.
Ground source heat pumps offer financial savings over conventional heating methods and our professional design service will ensure that you gain the maximum benefit for your building. Ground Source Heat Pumps will significantly save on carbon emissions when compared with all other fossil fuels.
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Basic drawing explaining how a ground source heat pump works: