IVT Greenline Ground Source Heat Pump
 

Ground source heat pumps 

Ground Source Heat Pumps from Alto Energy

Introducing the best-selling Ground Source Heat Pump in Europe, manufactured in Sweden by a Bosch company.

Alto Energy is the sole UK Export Partner for the IVT Ground Source Heat Pump range. Our staff have extensive design expertise and experience working with and specifying this heat pump range.

When you choose IVT, you choose decades of Swedish engineering experience combined with the global presence of the Bosch Group. This means that IVT Ground Source Heat Pumps perform efficiently and consistently and will continue to do so for years to come.

No matter what your project, the experts here at Alto Energy will ensure that the right Ground Source Heat Pump is specified to you.


What Is A Ground Source Heat Pump?

A Ground Source Heat Pump is an efficient, alternative form of heating. The heat pump extracts renewable, solar energy from the ground to produce sufficient heat to comfortably cater for all of your heating and hot water requirements.

Ground Source Heat Pumps work by moving heat stored in the ground into the building, unlike traditional fossil fuel and biomass systems which create heat through the burning of a fuel. This means that they don't have to work as hard to produce heat, and as a consequence the production of this heat is far more efficient than traditional methods. The IVT range of Ground Source Heat Pumps typically have a coefficient of performance of 4.0, which means that for every 1kW of electricity used, 4kW of useful heat energy can be produced.

Ground Source Heat Pumps can work with any form of distribution system, however the best performance is achieved when the heat pump is partnered with Underfloor Heating, which enables the lowest possible flow temperatures.

At Alto Energy, we have the design expertise to provide you the most efficient Ground Source Heat Pump for your project, delivered through our trusted network of Partners.


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