Geothermics involve the utilization of the energy offered by the subsoil. We take advantage of the fact that the earth, at a relatively low depth, maintains a steady temperature throughout the year. By using a geo-exchanger, a piping system we place in the ground, a geothermal pump and an under floor system, we can heat any house in the winter and cool it in the summer.
In the winter, the water-glycol mixture in the external circuit absorbs the stored energy of the ground and with the aid of a pump we achieve water temperatures of 35-45ºC, sufficient for the operation of under floor heating.
In the summer the system follows the reverse procedure; it conveys heating from the building to the geo-exchanger.