Cooling with groundwater

Because many companies are experiencing an increase in energy requirements, cutting energy costs using heat recuperation and groundwater cooling is a key area of focus.
The simplest method is using waste heat from individual plants for heating purposes or hot water supply. Waste heat is a waste product that would be given off into the environment, e.g. as hot exhaust air or hot wastewater, if it were not being re-used.

The use of groundwater to cool buildings is another way to ensure maximum efficiency.
Our No. 1 reference building is our location in Memmingen, Germany. Fountain cooling ensures that this building has a pleasant climate even on hot sunny days.

Thanks to the right planning and the use of groundwater as a regenerative energy source, high heating and cooling output can be obtained with relatively low facility costs.

Do you want to see our fountain cooling system on site? Just contact us!

Alois Müller MM