Geothermal Hydronic Heat Pumps

Geothermal heat pumps, otherwise known as ground source heat pumps, utilise energy harvested from the ground to efficiently provide hydronic heating, cooling and even hot water. Geothermal hydronic heat pumps are a very efficient and environmentally sustainable way of providing warmth for your home, even on the coldest of winter days. Geothermal heat pumps achieve high coefficient of performance due to the stable temperature of the Earth's surface.

WPE-I H 230 Geothermal Heat Pump
WPE-I 04 / 06 / 08 / 12 / 15 H 230
  • Geothermal heat pump for hot water and heating
  • Year-round optimal operation and maximum efficiency thanks to inverter technology
  • High flow temperatures of up to 75 °C
  • Future-proof and environmentally friendly refrigerant
  • Quiet operation
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WPF 20 / 27 / 35 / 40 / 52 / 66
WPF 20 / 27 / 35 / 40 / 52 / 66
  • Cascade control for high output requirements
  • Stackable design to maximise available space
  • 21.5 – 67.1 kW heating output
  • High reliability through robust single compressor design
  • Extremely quiet operation
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WPE-I geothermal heat pump
WPE-I 33 / 44 / 59 / 87
  • Geothermal hydronic heat pump for domestic or commercial applications
  • 20.18 - 52.00 kW heating output
  • Cascade up to 16 geothermal heat pumps for higher output
  • Easy system control
  • Quiet operation
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Learn more about STIEBEL ELTRON geothermal hydronic heating heat pumps

Fossil fuels are rightfully on the decline in the electricity market – not only are they becoming scarcer, they are harmful to our environment. Renewable energies are quickly becoming the norm for our energy supply. Nearly 80% of the energy consumed in the home is for heating and hot water, so it makes sense to focus on generating green power for hydronic heating systems.

Geothermal heating heat pumps, also known as ground source heat pumps, are installed indoors and extract latent heat from brine water using a heat exchanger.

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