The heat that conquers emissions
A heat pump works on the same principle as a refrigerator but does the exact opposite, extracting heat from a natural source and conveying it inside at the right temperature, depending on the type of heating system present.
Using energy from the ground, water and air, heat pumps are the ideal solution for reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions. Heat pumps also integrate easily with other renewable technologies that produce the electricity needed for optimal operation.
Our company policy in this area promotes the development and adoption of innovative solutions, in collaboration with partners working with the most advanced technologies available on the market. We accompany our customers in the design, supply, implementation and maintenance of bivalent heat pumps, proposing a customised and multi-brand offer.
Assessing the economic viability and technical feasibility of a photovoltaic system means taking into consideration a number of complex variables. That’s why it is essential to rely on specialised professionals, able to navigate the technical, regulatory and tariff issues. Thanks to the partnership with Exalto, R&D company in the field of energy efficiency, we also support our customers in researching, obtaining and managing Italian and European incentives and economic mechanisms such as TEE (Energy Efficiency Certificates).
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Heat pumps are plant elements responsible for heating that are able to extract and transfer thermal energy from different primary energy sources from the environment (water, air, earth) by consuming electricity instead of using conventional gas boilers. Heat pumps are a perfect match for renewable energy systems such as photovoltaics. The principle governing the heat pump is the heat exchange between heat sources at different temperatures.
Inside a closed circuit there is a refrigerant fluid that passes cyclically from the liquid phase to the gaseous phase, obtaining variations in pressure and temperature. In the first phase the fluid passes into the evaporator which, by acquiring heat from the environment, changes from a liquid to a gaseous state. It then passes through the compressor, which raises its pressure and temperature by consuming electricity. Downstream with respect to the compressor, the fluid passes through a condenser which allows the heat to be transferred to the room to be heated and returns the refrigerant to the liquid state. This process takes place in a cyclic mode and ends thanks to the presence of an expansion valve that serves to bring the fluid back to its initial pressure.
Heat pumps are an environmentally sustainable and cost-effective air conditioning system