Information on the products and services we provide
In this section you will find information on the range of technologies offered by Geothermal Solar. There are detailed explanations of the theory and practicalities of each one, along with a catalogue of the different options. Brochures and datasheets are also provided where available. If you wish to find out more about any of the products listed, please contact us for more information.
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Heat pumps offer a sophisticated and highly-controllable heating solution for a wide variety of applications. Whatever your requirements, or no matter how large or small your site, Geothermal Solar will find the ideal system to suit you.
Click here for more information on the science behind heat pumps, to view our range of models, or to see how a system can be tailored to suit your individual needs.
More solar energy falls on the entire surface of the earth every day than the whole human population could use in a year!
Our range of solar products will allow you to harness this free energy to generate electricity, to heat water for taps and showers or even for space heating. For more information on the technologies we provide, click here.
Underfloor and Convection Heating
It is essential to have a properly designed heating distribution network to get the most out of renewable heating technologies. Low temperature distribution systems like underfloor heating and convection radiators are perfect for this purpose.
To find out more about the solutions Geothermal Solar can provide, click here.
Heat Recovery Ventilation
As you heat your home or building the temperature of the internal air increases. But what happens to this warm air? In buildings with window, wall or roof vents, the heat is lost to the outside atmosphere. Heat recovery ventilation systems use the waste heat to warm fresh air from outside, greatly decreasing the demand on the primary heating system.
Click here to learn more about heat-recovery ventilation.
Thermal imaging allows the human eye to see areas of hot and cold with great precision. Thermal cameras can help detect poorly-insulated building elements, cold bridges, leaks in pipework and many other defects, and are of particular advantage when carrying out retrofit projects.
Our thermography staff are fully accredited by the internationally-recoginsed Infrared Training Centre.
To learn more about our thermal imaging services, click here.