Soil-water heat pumps

Geothermal energy is the energy stored in the earth in the form of heat.This energy can be used through a heat pump.

The heat pump is basically a 'heat pump' that can 'extract'and focus heat from a primary source, using electricity.The yield (also called COP coefficient of performance) is positive,consuming 1 kW to produce the equivalent of about 2.5 ÷ 5 kW.


Such a system consists of:

  • thermic source (earth or water)
  • probe (mounted horizontally or vertically)
  • collector distributor
  • heat pump

Soil-water heat pump with vertical probes

Soil-water heat pump with horizontal probes

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