A geothermal ground heat exchanger is a closed, U-shaped pipe system filled with a circulating heat transfer fluid (glycol) that extracts heat from the ground.
The geothermal ground heat exchangers are located in the ground on the south/west side in front of the Nest building. The geothermal ground heat exchangers are connected to the glycol grid and can cool the medium temperature grid (regeneration) or provide energy for the low temperature heatpump (extraction).
Facts & Figures
- Type: GET-X
- Manufacturer: Frank
- Length: 260 m
- Amount: 2
- Extraction capacity per probe: 10 kW
- Power regeneration per probe: 15 kW