Heat pump from natural sources
Heat Pumps | Herz

The operation of a heat pump is to extract heat from a natural source (air, water or earth) and then, following a compression that raises the temperature, transfer it to the heating system, transporting it inside the building at the appropriate temperature, depending on the type of heating system. Using free energy, they are the ideal solution to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. The choice of the best energy source depends on the individual cases, the air is generally the most immediate and available at the best performance / price ratio. Underground extraction can be done with geothermal pumps or vertical drilling. The withdrawal of water results conditioned by the geology in which the building is located, but always very efficient.

HERZ Commotherm SW and WW heat pumps use earth for water as a heat source, have low operating costs and require minimal maintenance and long life. Even the Commotherm hybrid tower SW / WW uses the earth or water system, its characteristic lies in combining heat pump and accumulation buffer. Extremely compact, the individual components of the system are connected directly to the factory. The HERZ commotherm SW / WW high temperature heat pump reuses the heat of the environment with low operating costs, ideal for renovations. The HERZ Commotherm LW-A heat pumps use the economical, efficient air energy for heating and hot water preparation. Operating up to temperatures of -16 ° C. The HERZ Commotherm LW-A 23-80 high temperature heat pump as the previous one but works with high temperature up to 65 ° C. Ideal for renovations. The HERZ Commotherm BWP 300/500 DHW heat pump for domestic hot water uses the air energy of the environment, in order to efficiently and economically prepare the necessary domestic hot water.