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Ground source heat pumps use a clean, renewable and free energy source to heat, cool and provide domestic hot water all year round. Each unit uses variable speed inverter technology to ensure no energy is wasted, achieving higher efficiencies.

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Heat Pump ecoGEO+ Basic

  • All services included - heating, cooling, domestic hot water (with separate tank), pool & spa heating

  • Small machine footprint

  • Remotely controlled through My Ecoforest

  • Integrated cascade control of up to 3 units

  • Single phase (230V) and three phase (400V) power supply

  • Simultaneous production of heating and cooling

  • Aerothermal and hybrid installation options.

  • Solar PV integration

  • Minimum noise

1-9 kW | 3-12 kW | 5-22 kW

ecoGEO+ Compact

  • All the inclusions in ecoGEO+ Basic plus inbuilt domestic hot water via an integrated 165L stainless steel cylinder.

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12-40 kW | 15-70 kW | 25-100 kW

Heat Pump ecoGEO+ HP

High power ground source heat pump with inverter technology for larger projects.​

  • Heating, cooling and domestic hot water (through external cylinder)

  • Pool heating

  • Remotely controlled through My Ecoforest

  • Minimum noise

  • Integrated cascade control of up to 6 units

  • Three phase (400V) power supply

  • Simultaneous production of heating and cooling

  • Aerothermal and hybrid installation options.

  • Solar PV integration

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Heat Pump ecoGEO+ Basic 1-6 PRO 

  • Contains natural refrigerant R290 (GWP 3)

  • Maximum heating output of 75°C

  • Heating, cooling, domestic hot water (with separate tank),                  pool & spa heating

  • Small machine footprint

  • Remotely controlled through My Ecoforest

  • Minimum noise

  • Inverter technology - power adapts to installation demands

  • Solar PV integration

ecoGEO+ Compact 1-6 PRO 

  • All the inclusions in ecoGEO+ Basic plus inbuilt domestic hot water via an integrated 165L stainless steel cylinder.

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  • Where is a ground source heat pump used?
    ecoGEO+ heat pumps can be used in a variety of applications from a small home to a large commercial project. The power output ranges from 1kW to 100kW with the ability to cascade up to 3 units (66kW capacity) in the domestic range and 6 units with the High Power range (up to 600kW capacity).
  • What water temperature does an ecoGEO+ heat pump produce?
    ecoGEO heat pumps deliver water up to 60°C for heating services and up to 70°C through HTR for domestic hot water and/or pool heating when the heat pump is running. The new PRO range with natural refrigerant can deliver 70°C through its production/heating service.
  • Can an ecoGEO+ heat pump deliver different water temperatures simultaneously?
    Up to four heating or cooling services can be managed at once – fan coil units (50°C), radiators (60°C), underfloor heating (35°C) and pool heating (40°C). If the system also delivers domestic hot water, this works through HTR (waste heat recovery) while the machine is running if needed. The ecoGEO heat pumps also have a reversing valve to deliver active cooling down to 7°C.
  • Is a buffer tank required with all installations?
    A buffer tank is not always required as you can directly connect to the heat pump. There are some applications where a buffer tank is recommended.
  • Is it possible to heat your pool or spa?
    Pool/spa heating can be delivered with an ecoGEO+ heat pump via HTR (heat recovery) or the production service. This is normally done through a titanium plate heat exchanger.
  • What is HTR technology?
    HTR refers to heat recovery which means that while the heat pump is running it can deliver domestic hot water and/or pool heating from waste heat produced.
  • Do I need a ground loop with the ecoGEO+ heat pump?
    There are three options to connect to an ecoGEO+ heat pump. A full geothermal system (ground or pond loop), aerothermal (with AU unit) or hybrid solution (combination of ground loop and aerothermal).
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