What is a heat pump?
A heat pump is a device that converts the low-potential heat of “soil” into high-potential heat for heating rooms and nearby buildings. As a result, the heat pump spends 1 kW of electricity and produces 4 kW of heat.
The heat pump can heat rooms of unlimited volume
The only source of heat that can cool. Especially interesting is practically free “passive cooling”.
Savings and recoupment
The most economical way of heating and cooling. The payback depends on the initial investment and the need for warmth. The average payback of thermal BROSK is 3 years. Average payback of competitors from 6 years and above.
Virtually the only heat source that reduces CO2 emissions to the atmosphere.
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