Domestic hot water

Reinventing the heat pump

HYBRID PANEL

TWO TECHNOLOGIES TWICE THE POWER

TOUCH PV

Improved photovoltaic production by up to 20%. Longer durability and no greenhouse glass.

NATURE COOL

The Nature Cool hydraulic circuit produces domestic hot water and at the same time prevents overheating of the photovoltaic base.

ECO 360º

100% renewable system in a closed circuit that combines: electricity production (photovoltaic part), DHW production (2 Water heat pump) and heat collection thanks to the thermo-hydro circuit.

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SANITARY HOT WATER systems

Aerothermics for DHW

Aerothermics with photovoltaics

2water technology

hybrid system

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Frequently Asked Questions

The heat pump is a thermal machine that achieves the perfect temperature in any type of premises or enclosure, both in winter and summer, and can also produce hot water in a simple, economical and environmentally friendly way.

The heat pump takes energy from renewable sources, i.e. the natural environment (air, water or earth) and transports it into the enclosures. humanity.

Because it transports heat from the outside environment (however cold it may be) to the inside of the home or premises to be heated. Their efficiency is obtained by means of factors (called ratios) that identify how much heat is transported and how much electrical energy needs to be consumed for this transport. Similarly, in the case of reversible equipment, it can transport heat in the opposite direction, from the room to the outside, in which case it cools the room. It allows much more heat to be transported than the energy it consumes, between 3 and 5 times more.

Heat pumps need electrical energy to operate; however, they manage to generate far more energy than they consume, which is where the savings occur. That is, they use an amount of electrical energy that is less than the amount of (renewable) heat energy they capture from the environment, water or soil.

Heat pumps have a service life that depends on the annual operating hours of the equipment. In a residential application, this life is approximately 20 to 25 years. The compressor is the element that suffers the most wear during operation, although it has a very long service life and can be replaced by the Technical Service. simple, economical and environmentally friendly way.

Yes, the Heat Pump is very easy to integrate with other forms of renewable energy such as photovoltaics.

Because it transports heat from the outside environment (however cold it may be) to the inside of the home or premises to be heated. Their efficiency is obtained by means of factors (called ratios) that identify how much heat is transported and how much electrical energy needs to be consumed for this transport. Similarly, in the case of reversible equipment, it can transport heat in the opposite direction, from the room to the outside, in which case it cools the room. It allows much more heat to be transported than the energy it consumes, between 3 and 5 times more.

Heat pumps need electrical energy to operate; however, they manage to generate far more energy than they consume, which is where the savings occur. That is, they use an amount of electrical energy that is less than the amount of (renewable) heat energy they capture from the environment, water or soil.