Heating, pool heating and DHW production

Heat production systems have historically been responsible for a high cost of production in the industrial and hotel sectors. This concern has led us to innovate this type of system, where we chronologically evolved from diesel boilers to propane gas boilers and, later, to the medium heat pump. These heat pumps could only produce DHW at 45ºC, the new RITE forces us to keep the water at more than 60ºC, making medium temperature heat pumps obsolete for this purpose.

Thus, as of the entry into force of the new RITE, we began to use gas oil and propane gas boilers with a solar system, to then bet on biomass and, later, high temperature heat pumps.