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Ground-source heat pumps

Heat your home with energy stored in the earth

Dimplex ground-source (or brine-to-water) heat pumps utilise energy which is transferred via a heat exchanger to a mixture of anti-freeze and water which is known as brine.

Ground heat collectors are laid horizontally; nothing may be constructed on top of them. These heat exchangers consist of pressure-resistant pipes laid approx. 1.20 below ground level.

If there is not enough horizontal space or if additional capacity is required, borehole heat exchangers are drilled vertically into the ground.

For commercial customers, it is worth bearing in mind that many businesses and industries produce waste heat which can be recycled by bringing it to a higher temperature level using brine-to-water heat pumps. Such heat recovery systems can give huge savings on allual energy bills.

Check out our range of ground-source heat pumps below.


Dimplex Single Phase Heat Pumps:

Domestic and light commercial applications; standard single-phase mains connection

Heat Pump
Dimplex SI ME Range:
Outdoor unit;
Single-phase;
11 and 16kW models

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Heat Pump
Dimplex SIH ME Range:
NEW!! High-efficiency inverter-driven heat pump
6 - 16kW models
Outdoor unit
Single-phase

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Heat Pump
Dimplex SIK ME Range:
Outdoor unit;
Single-phase;
20, 24 and 28kW models

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Dimplex Three Phase Heat Pumps:

Commercial applications with 400V connection

Heat Pump
Dimplex SI TE Range:
Outdoor unit;
three-phase;
20, 24 and 28kW models

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Heat Pump
Dimplex SI TE Range:
Outdoor unit;
Three-phase;
9 - 40kW models

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Heat Pump
Dimplex SIH TE Range:
Outdoor unit;
Three-phase;
9 - 40kW models

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