If requirements change from heating to cooling in accordance with the seasons – as is typically the case in office buildings and greenhouses – a GEA heat pump can provide the heating in winter and cooling in the summer. In the seasons where both heating and cooling are required the efficiency can be more than 10 times better than a conventional boiler/chiller installation.
Whatever application may interest your company for a heat pump, it will – when its overall life cycle is considered – amortize quickly by a reduction in energy consumption and emissions that affect the global climate. In addition, emphasis is placed on using natural refrigerants such as ammonia wherever possible.
Heat pumps are a great solution that can help to decarbonize the heat supply. In this introduction video on heat pumps our experts from GEA Heating & Refrigeration Technologies, Thomas Lergenmueller and Kenneth Hoffmann, explain alongside helpful illustrations the principles of a heat pump and how they can help you to decarbonize your heat supply.
GEA’s new refrigeration and heating solutions for your next giant leap: higher top speed, greater capacity, lower TCO and improved cooling efficiency – with natural refrigerants. Small steps, giant leap.Read more
The GEA Ammonia Dryer removes water from the refrigerant cycle and makes the perfect addition to ammonia refrigeration systems along with filters and purgers.
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GEA is synonymous with innovation, leadership and precision-engineered solutions. GEA Omni Retrofit Panels extend this tradition. Featuring a high-definition, multi-touch screen, GEA Omni delivers the ease of use and technical wow factor that GEA customers have come to expect.
The GEA Purger removes non-condensable gases from your refrigeration system, maximizing system efficiency.
PR-OLEO® ammonia oils are the natural choice to optimize industrial cooling and heating applications operating with reciprocating or screw compressors.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the heating supplied to a city in Malmö in Sweden required a sea change in thinking by a major power company, using GEA’s energy-efficient heat pumps. After testing the water, a sewage plant was considered the best source for heating homes in an innovative approach for turning waste into usable energy.Read more
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