Ground Source Heat Pump with Surface Collector & Modulating

What is stepless modulation?
The heat pump automatically adjusts to the building’s heating demand.  Different room temperatures require individual heating patterns. Through the intelligent regulating control technology and the modulating compressor your Heliotherm heat pump will only consume the electric current necessary for heat production as necessary. So your heating costs are automatically optimized all year-round.

Your benefits at a glance > Heliotherm modulating ground source heat pump with surface collector:

  • Stepless compressor modulation for a controlled performance demand overview (higher heat output when outside temperature fall)
  • Reduced power consumption and additional cost savings compared with conventional heat pumps
  • Ideal for new buildings with sufficient land
  • Highest energy efficiency
  • Longer life due to soft-starting procedure
  • Outlet heating temperatures of up to 60 °C
  • Maximum subsidies with COP > 5
  • Active cooling is optional
  • Significant lower operating costs through intelligent cooling cycle (twin-x technology & dsi-technology)
  • Heliotherm’s web control features global heat pump remote control via internet
  • Heliotherm’s high quality tele control, allows the Competence Partner direct remote maintenance
  • Made in Austria

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  • So how does it work to benefit you:
  • Highy efficient heating
  • Highly efficient cooling
  • Highly efficient heating of warm water
  • More money every month thanks to energy cost savings
  • Compact takes up less space
  • No dangerous inflammable combustibles
  • Increase in the value of your property

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