Production of heat or cold

 

The principle of heat pump consists in using sea water as a hot source in the winter, and as a cold source in the summer.

Sea water is pumped and sent to filters to remove any impurities which could seal the exchangers.  It then progresses to the titanium heat exchangers which transfer this energy to the refrigeration cycle of the heat pump. The later supplies the infrastructures it is allocated to with heat or cold, depending on the need.