Knowledge and experience

We have long experience in the heating and cooling sector.

We have implemented our systems in detached houses, multi-family houses, service buildings, hotels, and industrial facilities. We provide any and all information and consulting related to the construction and operation of heat pumps free of charge. Owing to our rich experience in the sector, we can answer each and every question.

Solid warranty

We provide the 2-year warranty on all our products.

We provide the 2-year warranty on all our products. Our servicemen hold refrigeration engineering qualifications and long professional experience in operating high-pressure systems and industrial automatic control systems. If the repair of a device is not possible, we replace every system with a new one.

Safety and reliability

Heat pumps do not require the installation of chimneys, gas connections or gas and oil tanks.

Heat pumps are among the safest heating devices used in residential facilities. The life of heat pumps is estimated at about 30-40 years.

Buffer tanks

From 1000 to 3000 litres

Buffer tanks are designated to collect, store and transfer excess heating water that is heated by one heating device as well as received from different heat sources: a heat pump, solar collectors, and central heating boilers. Buffer tanks are particularly recommended to operate with heat pumps in order to obtain the higher stability of heating systems. Such tanks may be also used as a so-called hydraulic coupling in order to connect several independent heating devices, e.g. a heat pump, a gas boiler, a chimney with a water jacket, solar collectors, etc.

Buffer tanks with a copper coil

(from 1000 to 3,000 litres, max. 6 coils)

Such tanks operate according to the same principle as ordinary buffer tanks; however, their advantage is that owing to the copper coil installed in the centre, they heat hot service water. They are in fact flow heat exchangers, where hot service water is produced in inexhaustible quantities being heated by buffer water. With this hot service water heating type, there is no risk of legionella bacteria. Therefore, such systems are particularly popular in the Western Europe.

Storage hot service water tanks

(from 80 to 500 litres)

You need to install a storage tank in order to have hot service water. A special structure of the coil with large a heating surface enables to heat service water to the required temperature in a short time. Such tanks may work together with a heat pump as well as with a solar system owing to the application of a second heating coil.