- Hot water
Extracting renewable energy from the ground is the most efficient and reliable source of energy in all climates.
The indoor unit is standard equipped with a domestic hot water tank to provide sufficient hot water for the whole family.
Our brand new Daikin Altherma 3 GEO breaks through innovation with an active cooling feature, ensuring comfort all year round.
For new homes and large-scale renovations
Ground source heat pumps are ideal for new homes or large-scale renovations using horizontal loops where land is available, or vertical probes drilled perpendicularly into the ground. By extracting energy from below the Earth's surface, ground source heat pumps are extremely reliable, even in the coldest climates. Ground temperatures remain fairly stable throughout the year, making it an ideal renewable energy source.
Reliable climate control
Ground source heat pumps extract renewable energy from the heat in the ground. The installation requires land area, but significantly reduces your carbon footprint and helps you save on energy costs in the long run.
1. Heat pump
One indoor heat pump unit with an integrated domestic hot water tank connects to your hot water system and space heat emitters throughout your home.
2. Domestic hot water
The factory-fitted domestic hot water tank provides you with hot water at all times.
3. Space heating
Ability to connect to underfloor heating, radiators and heat pump convectors.
4. Ground collector
A vertical probe or horizontal collector is inserted into the ground and is connected to the heat pump unit inside your house.
Daikin Altherma 3 GEO
The new generation of Daikin Altherma ground source heat pump uses geothermal energy and Daikin's inverter technology to deliver heating, cooling and hot water in all climates.
Powered by renewable energy
Powered by 80% renewable energy extracted from the ground and 20% electricity, our Daikin Altherma ground source heat pump can heat, cool and provides hot water.
Equipped with our signature inverter technology
Our Daikin inverter is an energy saving technology that efficiently controls the motor speed and reduces energy consumption by up to 30%. Rather than expending energy by starting and stopping, the inverter adjusts the speed of the motor so that it runs continuously and more efficiently in the long run.