Low enthalpy geothermal installations obtain heat energy from the underground through the Exchange of geothermal collectors submerged in the ground. This heat is transported to the geothermal pump incorporated in a fluid carrier.
Once in the geothermal pump, heat causes the evaporation of a refrigerant gas which it contains, checking the gas in a compressor afterwards. With the rise of pressure, a fast rise in temperature is caused, used to produce hot water and air conditioning (heating, refrigeration, heating of swimming pools, etc.), providing wellbeing and comfort in interior spaces.