Geothermal Heat Pumps

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A limitless amount of solar energy is absorbed into the ground every day. We can utilise this vast amount of free energy with a ground source heat pump, to provide heating, cooling and hot water. Coils of plastic pipe buried 1m below the surface absorbs this free energy and transfers this free energy to the heat pump which then, with a small amount of electricity, converts this free geothermal energy into high temperature water for space heating and hot water production.

For every 1 unit of electricity we use in the heat pump, nature provides 4 units for FREE, thus giving unbeatable efficiencies of over 500%. The cost of heating your home and hot water using this technology is up to 80% less than oil or gas.

Integrated water boilers
Separated water boilers (Duo)
Thermia range

Diplomat

Fast and effective hot water production. Capable of reducing heating costs by more than 75%.

Remote control via Online accessory.

Diplomat optimum

Optimum controlFast and effective hot water production. Capable of reducing heating costs by more than 75%.

Remote control via Online accessory.

Diplomat optimum G3

Reduce your energy consumption by up to 80%. Extra fast and efficient hot water production. Flexibility –¬†supports optional cooling, pool heating and solar panels.

Remote control via Online accessory.

Thermia Geothermal heat pumps provide consistent temperature indoors

Diplomat is our baseline ground source heat pump that is the ideal solution for homes with basic needs for an efficient and reliable heating system.

The hot water tank features Thermia’s patented TWS technology, which means that hot water is produced faster and at higher temperatures than with traditional technologies. Like all other Thermia heat pumps, Diplomat has an intelligent, integrated control system that allows you to easily adjust the indoor temperature and operating parameters with the touch of a button. Despite its compact footprint, the unit has all the essential parts and functions built-in. It’s as close to a plug-and-play unit as you can get.