Geothermal exchangers

The geothermal installation uses the geothermal exchanger as a basis for the future capture of heat that will be transformed into energy.

From the outset, it will be necessary to know the performance of any type of land to reduce the costs of geothermal drilling.

Parameters such as the thermal conductivity of the subsoil, its thermal capacity, the presence of aquifers or humidity are important to define the possibilities and the number of geothermal probes feasible in the area in which the geothermal installation will take place.
The geothermal exchanger captures the heat or cold of the subsoil and transports it to feed the heat pump.

There are different capture systems:

On the one hand, the vertical system with geothermal probe, which can reach up to 150 meters deep and in which a mortar is used, a mixture prepared for the filling of this geothermal drilling.

They consist of two or four tubes, usually made of polyethylene, joined at their lower ends by a U-piece of the same material, thus constructing simple or double geothermal probes. These probes are installed inside the vertical soundings, whose depth usually ranges between 100 and 150 meters and around 150 millimeters in diameter.

In the case of horizontal probes, solar energy is captured directly. To this end, a series of ditches are made, in which polyethylene pipes of between 20 and 40 millimeters in diameter are placed, through which water flows with antifreeze. These collectors are buried at a depth of one or one and a half meters.

What services do we offer

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Performing geothermal well drilling in all types of ground

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Single and double loop geothermal probes in HDPE, PERC and PEXa

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Geothermal mortars with high thermal conductivity

IPMA

INGENIERÍA Y PROTECCIÓN DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE
Edificio Altagracia
C/ Segundo Mata, 1
28224 Pozuelo de Alarcón
MADRID – ESPAÑA