LIVING WITH GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS

Feel good by using geothermal energy

Geothermal heat pumps use free energy from the environment, they work without emissions in the building itself, and do not need a separate heating room. The energy from the earth or groundwater is rendered usable for the heating system and to heat up service water with electricity. Efficiently provide heating and air conditioning in an environmentally friendly manner using one of 150 different iDM TERRA heat pump systems for new buildings or renovation projects.

HOT WATER WITH HGL TECHNOLOGY

The iDM Terra heat pump with HGL offers not only twice the comfort, but also helps to save additional sources of energy and the associated costs. This is because this innovative technology makes your energy go a long way. It divides the energy accordingly: 85% of the energy goes into the heating circuit at 35°C. The second part reaches around 60°C and is made available for hot water supply via the Hygienik buffer storage tank. Thanks to the buffer storage tank and HGL, the heat pump is switched on and off less frequently. This extends the service life of the compressor.

HGL technology is capable of simultaneously producing temperatures of 60°C for hot water and 35°C for the heating.
LIVING WITH GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS
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TERRA SWM GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP

The new TERRA SWM is a modulating ground source heat pump for efficient power adaptation.
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iPump T 2-8 and T 3-13 – ground source heat pump

The inverter-controlled compact heat pump with integrated drinking water storage sets new standards in efficiency and comfort.
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TERRA SW COMPLETE GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS

TERRA SW Complete geothermal heat pumps heat service water and provide heating as well as air conditioning with environmental energy.
DIFFERENT HEAT SOURCES

DIRECT EVAPORATION

Direct evaporation is the most efficient geothermal heat application for confined areas.

DEEP DRILLING

Heat pumps with deep drilling are the safest variant: they require a minimum of space, have a long service life and are suitable for heating and air conditioning.

FLAT COLLECTORS

Flat collectors are cheap to install but require a large surface below the garden.

GROUNDWATER

Groundwater technology is highly efficient and requires little space: the energy is drawn from the earth using two wells.