Use Areas
  • Homes designed for one or two families
  • Small installations for domestic and commercial spaces
  • Only a small drilling machinery is required (max. width 100 cm), that is why it is extremely suitable for installations to be mounted in buildings
  • Where no deep drilling is allowed
  • Where the authorities have limited the quantity of glycol mixture.
 
Probe Configuration
  • Possible, energy collection capacity of up to 100 W/drilled meter, against the double U-tube probe of maximum 50 W/m
 
Safety
  • Entire probe structure without the connection parts
  • High resistance to kicks and scratches due to the material characteristics
    Generally, good soil regeneration up to a depth of 35.0 m
 
Mounting
  • Easy submersion of the probe, with no extra facilities, like spiral ladder
  • The integrated and the default additional weight facilitate the submersion of the empty probe
  • Due to the high interior volume, it is very easy to introduce and pull a jointing pipe
  • Flexible, suitable for drilling depths of 5 m – 23.0 m and 6 m – 35.0 m, no loss
  • The form stability and a lower bending radius (5xD) than the PE pipe (30 – 50 x D) significantly facilitate the configuration works carried out by the distributor
  • Elements shaped by jointing with the pressing tool (no welding works with minimum temperatures are required)
  • Distribution system joined with the flow meter and the eurocon junction in the construction module 
  • The pressure control is not necessary, which is extremely costly at the PE pipes, as the metal stratified connection piping does not dilate
  • Only 40% volumetric content compared to the conventional probes (and lower expenses on glycol), by filling in and ventilating the probe installation
  • Only 40% volumetric content = under major circumstances for the protection of the water available in that area, with volume restrictions per installation
 
General information
  • Only a light drilling machine is required (2.0 - 2.5 t). More frequent use due to better conditions in the garden (important especially in case there are buildings in the surroundings)
  • Probe adjustment to the drilling depth
  • Adjustment of the serpentine pipe to the geological conditions The collection power is thus optimized.
  • Smaller probe diameters (approx. 130 mm – 145 mm)
  • Due to the permanently constant probe length, the hydraulic connection with the ground pump power is simplified
  • Due to the helical design, the heat transfer ratios are as good as in the case of a turbulent flow
  • Low energy consumption of the ground pump compared to the U-tube/double U tube probes.
 


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