Saving water and energy with cold heat storage in soil

Have you ever considered cold heat storage in the soil but haven’t yet explored the possibilities?

What is a cold-heat storage (ATES) system?

With a cold heat storage, groundwater is pumped up from a pre-selected package after which it is guided by a heat exchanger into the technical area. In this exchanger, heat is extracted from the water after which the water is injected into a second ground water well.

This creates a cold bubble around the well. This cold source is used to cool during summer. In summer, the flow direction of the groundwater is reversed so that the hot well is loaded with waste heat from the building. In the central technical area, the released heat or cold is further upgraded by a heat pump.

Because the options and features necessary for each company are different, the realization of a KWO system requires customization. Fisher Pump Technology is a young and dynamic company that has specialized in the realization of KWO systems and maintaining existing systems. We are dedicated to finding the best solution for your company and guide the entire process from authorization to completion.

For more information:
Visser Pomptechniek
Eperweg 17
8166 AA Emst
T 0578-628198

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