Warm water
Is the source of cleanliness and good health in every building.

Warm water

All roads lead to the natural energy

Every source of heat is different and must be individually accessed. The earth’s heat is acquired with earth probe, earth- or compact collector.

The ground water is again used with suction and tube wells.

The simplest and fastest way of installation is finally the use of air with an air-/water-heat pump. During the installation of a heat pump boiler the energy saved in the air can be used especially efficient and flexible.

Without high investment costs one can today acquire heat with an innovative heat pump boiler from cost-free environmental energy, and this can be used for preparing hot water. The new type of boiler system acquires heat from the room air in the building and thus heats the water.

Warm water


Flexible, cost effective and cleverly combined

Example Solar-System

An Oekoboiler is an efficient solution for the preparation of hot water in the new construction as well as in the building. It can cover the requirement of hot water for a whole year independent of the available heater.

The connection with a present boiler takes care of maximum warm water comfort and avoids the <> operation of the boiler in the warm season. With the Oekoboiler all paths to the combination with additional heat producers will open. All the same, whether a solar system or a boiler should be additionally connected. The storage as well as the regulation of the heat pump is suitable for a bivalent operation.

System explanation

An intelligent system for good health.

The use of the energy stored in the earth, the ground water and the air means a big step forward.
The picture shows for example the consequent and comfortable use of renewable energy.
Renewable energy is available everywhere and can be used intelligently. This is valid above all for the heat stored in the earth, the ground water and the air.

The Oekoboiler acquires the heat with the most modern technology.

Der Oekoboiler gewinnt die Wärme mit modernster Technologie, die im Prinzip auf der Arbeitsweise eines Kühlschranks beruhen. Diese dient jedoch im umgekehrten Prozess der Erwärmung des Wassers. In einem Kreisprozess wird die der Umwelt entzogene Wärme auf ein höheres Temperaturniveau gebracht, und kann somit für Heizzwecke verwendet werden.

Dieser Vorgang benötigt nur noch ca. 30% an herkömmlicher Energie in Form von Strom. Die Wärmeenergie wird direkt an den Heizkreislauf weitergegeben.

Power savings