Ground/Air Source Heat Pump (GSHP)

Our Ground Source Heat Pump is designed to take naturally occurring energy from the ground or water to produce heating and chilling simultaneously in two separate hydraulic circuits. The energy is then passed either through a system of pipes or a heat exchanger to the Heat Pump.

The cold fluid is sent to the ground / water to be heated naturally again.The chill process recovers the waste energy, increasing the efficiency of the system by taking heat from the product and boosting the ground with this waste energy.

The dehumidification of the cold fluid is sent to the ground or to the water to be heated naturally again. This chill process is recovering the waste energy which increases the efficiency of the system by taking heat from the product and boosting the ground with that waste energy. It is a clever combination of recovered energy and naturally occurring energy used to run the Heat Pump system.

How Does a Heat Pump Work?

Heat Pump Thermic Output499kW998kW1996kW3096kW6190kW
Power Supply400 v
3 phase
50 Hz
400 v
3 phase
50 Hz
400 v
3 phase
50 Hz
400 v
3 phase
50 Hz
400 v
3 phase
50 Hz
Heating Fluid OutletTemperature (max 90°C)50°C50°C50°C50°C50°C
Chilling Fluid Outlet Temperature-5°C-5°C-5°C-5°C-5°C
Total Heating Capacity (including water)499 kW998 kW1996 kW3096 kW6190 kW
Total Power Input (excluding pumps)88 kW176 kW352 kW505 kW1008 kW
Heating Fluid Flow24 l/s48 l/s96 l/s149 l/s298 l/s
Chilling Fluid Flow28 l/s28 l/s28 l/s174 l/s348 l/s
COP5.66 kW5.66 kW5.66 kW6.1 kW6.1 kW
Compressor TypeScrollScrollScrollScrewScrew
RefrigerantR104AR104AR104AR513AR513A
Number of Compressors481648
Minimum Operational Capacity25%12.5%6.25%12.5%6.25%

For more information contact:

North and Scotland representative:
[email protected]
07719 330 616

South and Wales representative:
[email protected]
07367 070 271

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Certified and Accredited

Calibrate Energy is MCS accredited and GSHP Association members.
We are also currently working towards achieving ISO9001 NQA status.

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