Brink Climate Systems France has developed, in partnership with a German manufacturer specializing in passive houses, a Canadian high performance hydraulic well. With an insulated polypropylene heat exchanger and dedicated low-consumption regulation, this system ensures optimal use of the calories present in the soil to restore them, as needed, to the home and ensure maximum comfort for occupants.
The Canadian hydraulic well is a geothermal system: it uses the thermal inertia of the ground to preheat or cool the fresh air in the house.
The outdoor air in France varies from -20 ° to + 35 ° C throughout the year compared to the soil temperature which remains constant at around 12 ° C a few meters deep. The Canadian hydraulic well uses this constant temperature to preheat the air in winter and cool it in summer via the heat exchanger connected to the fresh air inlet.