HeaMo – Heat in Motion

Effectively redistributing energy for simultaneous supply of heating and cooling

Simultaneous heating and cooling is no longer a rarity in advanced building-operations systems. It is especially buildings oriented to the north and south – as well as applications with great demands for heating throughout the year – that continuously require dual supply of heat and cold over long periods of time.


    HeaMo GEO – REG 050-520 AD(.ST)

    This image shows a water-cooled model for indoor installation, for exploitation of geothermal sources of energy for pure cold- or warm-water operation. In chilled water operation alone, the geothermal heat exchanger is used as a condenser, and in warm water operation alone as an evaporator.

    Refrigeration circuit

    • 2 independent refigeration circuits
    • 1 plate heat exchanger as evaporator
    • 1 plate heat exchanger as condenser
    • 1 plate heat exchanger as evaporator or condenser for pure chilled- or warm-water operation
    • 18 unit sizes
    • 2 scroll compressors with cooling capacity from 50 – 210 kW and heating capacity from 50 – 220 kW
    • 4 scroll compressors with cooling capacity from 200 – 540 kW and heating capacity from 210 – 555 kW


    • Unit with 3-way valve for the geothermal circuit, optionally as 2-way-valve model
    • As option, the sound power level can be lowered by 4 dB(A) at the units with 2 scroll compressors and by10 dB(A) at the units with 4 scroll compressors
    • Autoadaptive microprocessor control
    • Controller type: HVAC Systems Step II
    • Unit main switch
    • Automatic circuit breakers for all electric consumers
    • Connection to BMS via optional interface
    • Wide range of accessories

    • Indoor installation
    • Scroll compressor
    • Cooling
    • Refrigerant R-410A
    • Plate heat exchanger
    • BMS integration is possible
    • Heating

Until now, cold water was used for cooling needs, and heating systems were employed to furnish hot water, in parallel operations. This arrangement prevented the possibility of exploiting energy-optimization potentials.

The HeaMo system, in contrast, uses heat produced by refrigeration to cover the hot-water requirements of a building. A maximum of effectiveness is achieved when cooling and heating energy must be provided at the same time, in a balanced relationship.

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FläktGroup Netherlands B.V.

Rivium Oostlaan 11
2909 LL Capelle aan den IJssel
+31 10 235 06 06
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Areas of Application
  • Office buildings
  • Hotels
  • Buildings with glass facades
  • Fitness centers
  • Computer centers with adjacent office buildings
  • Swimming pools
  • Hospitals
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