Our heat pump BOOSTER WPB received a gold and silver awards for the best innovations in Slovenia.
For the second year in a row, we ranked among the best innovation in the country by a panel of experts from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia. In Slovenia at the regional level our heat pump water/water BOOSTER WPB received GOLD AWARD which meant direct entry to the national competition.
Later, at the national level for the best innovations of the previous year, we received the SILVER AWARD.
We are proud and honored that we have been recognized by the industry at both regional and national levels for the second year in a row. The awards are yet another confirmation that we are one of the top innovative companies shaping the Slovenian economy and changing our future. The biggest credit and congratulations go, of course, to our development department, which is constantly coming up with new quality and innovative products.
Last year, we also received a gold award for our ADAPT heat pump, which later also won a silver award at the national selection. In addition to the silver award, we were also awarded the public’s choice for the BEST INNOVATION 2020.
With the BOOSTER WPB heat pump, using a different refrigerant than conventional heat pumps and a compressor design, we can directly use the heating system (storage tank) as a heat source and achieve outlet temperatures up to 80 °C.
A fantastic additional advantage of this solution is that in the case of cooling, we have double the efficiency, as the BOOSTER WPB pumps the heat generated in cooling the building to heat the domestic hot water or simultaneously heat the swimming pool. Otherwise, this heat would be “dumped” into the environment and new heat would be generated to heat the pool or the DHW.
Where is this solution applicable?
– In tourism (heating of sanitary water, building, simultaneous cooling, heating of swimming pool),
– in multi-apartment buildings with centralised DHW or localised DHW with small booster units in each apartment,
– for waste heat recovery in industry,
– for the exploitation of waste heat from deep geothermal
– for local temperature rise at district heating substations.