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Brine Water Heat System

A Brine to water system uses a refrigerated antifreeze solution (brine), pumped through plastic piping circuits in a borehole to depths of between 70m and 200m. This solution retrieves energy as as it travels and eventually transfers this heat to the heatpump upon its return.

The Brine Water borehole option is advantageous, in that it does not require a large garden area in which to place the collector or where minimal disruption to the collector area is desirable. This system is suitable for terraced/semi detached building with small gardens, Houses with wet or boggy surrounding soil conditions and commercial installations where it is desirable to place the collector area close to the building itself. It also a very efficient system with a COP of 4.9. (kw output per 1kwh input)

This system will take care of all your space heating and domestic hot water requirements, without the need for a backup system


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      D-A-CH certified
      COP 4.9
Internet connectable
Weather compensating technology as standard
Available from 5.8kw to 150kw
Uses refrigerant R410a, the most environmentally
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      Minimal space required to install
No fuel storage required
Maintenance free operation

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Brine Water Heat Pump Energy Flow

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Basic Function of Brine Water Heat Pump



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