We are proud to announce that Thercon’s Sanistage Heat Pump Booster has now been integrated into the Hysopt software.
Making systems sustainable: an important part of the Thercon strategy
Europe wants to become the first carbon-neutral continent in the world by 2050 and the European Commission wants to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 55% by 2030. Heat pump technology is well on the way to meeting the challenge of decarbonising the heating sector. As a supplier of heat pumps and Heat Pump Boosters, Thercon wants to offer the best climate comfort with the smallest possible carbon footprint.
“We want to help our customers to design energy-efficient installations that maximise energy efficiency, in order to achieve increased sustainability and extend the life cycle of our installations,” said Benny Frans, Technical Director at Thercon. “By using digital design tools such as Hysopt that transparently display the performance of a system at the design stage, we can work with our customers to create a complete system that performs optimally and delivers maximum CO2 savings”.
Sanistage HP booster
The Sanistage HP Booster is a unique water-to-water heat pump for domestic hot water production in combination with low temperature heating systems or 5th generation heat networks.
Thanks to the Hysopt software, the Sanistage HP Booster ends up in an optimised environment. Based on the thermal and hydraulic behaviour of the entire system, HVAC specialists and engineering firms can quickly and easily evaluate system performance based on CO2 emissions, annual energy cost, comfort, and investment cost. The “Hysopt Pareto Analysis” provides insight into the evaluation at the touch of a button.
In the second phase, the digital model allows installers to correctly select and commission the hydraulic components of the entire system. The products are automatically included in the item list, including item numbers and optimum pre-configurations. In addition, Thercon offers an inspiration library in the software with templates of systems and subsystems based on the products.