How Ground Source Heat Pumps Work
A Ground Source Heat Pump collects solar energy, stored in the ground, and in doing so manages the entire heating and hot water demand for your home.
To install a Ground Source Heat Pump, loops of pipe are placed in the ground at about one meter depth. Here, the temperature of the ground is a stable 8 – 12 degrees all year round.
There is huge potential for significant cost savings, however it is important that you choose a heat pump that has been appropriately sized for your property. Ground Source Heat Pumps provide a comfortable and environmentally friendly form of heat.
Watch The Movie - How Ground Source Heat Pumps Work
This short video shows how an IVT Greenline HE Ground Source Heat Pump Works.
This video was produced by Bosch Thermotecknik AB and Alto Energy Limited. Alto Energy is the UK distributor for IVT Heat Pumps.