A heat pump

is an equipment for transferring energy from a low-grade heat source to the heating system. The heat pump receives up to 80% of its energy from the environment (air, water, ground). It is a reliable, energy efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to gas, diesel, solid fuel and electric heating systems.

Geothermal (ground source) heat pumps (GHP)
take energy for heating, hot water heating and
air conditioning from the ground . Temperature below the freezing depth remains at the level of
+5-10°C during almost the whole year.








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