Monitoring activity is the first research topic we did propose to our research center. The Termoline Research Center has been monitoring for 3 years the research center building

and 30 projects with heat pumps: operating parameters and consumption of brine to water , air to water, water to water heat pumps, COP, EER,…

Following monitoring, we verified initial estimates in project execution and we continually improved the efficiency of our heat pump projects. Also, the monitoring resulted in the advantage of using heat pumps together with the T.A.B.S. system and as a result we have implemented with great success several projects in which we combined the two systems both in residential buildings and in offices, hotels and commercial buildings.

Monitoring a 800 m²  office building: T.A.B.S. system and the ground to water heat pump

Parameters monitoring for one month /  one day

Advantages of a project with a monitored heat pump

Monitoring activity is a service we offer free of charge for Dimplex heat pumps. This way we stay in constant contact with our clients. We just need an internet connection to link the data plate to your heat pump. Advantages are major:

Increase the energy efficiency of your project

After one year of running (full cycle) based on data colected  are stored in our server we can make recommendations for convenience and lowering consumption. For example, how to set up a heating or cooling program for your heat pump, or what are the flow temperatures useful for effective heating.
Having a permanent connection with your heat pump, we can help you from a distance in setting heating or cooling settings. We can also switch from heating to cooling and vice versa. Below you have a graph of switching from cooling mode to heating.

Detecting abnormalities or abnormal functioning

Heat pumps have operating cycles that must be observed. For example, a heat pump should not exceed 2,500 operating hours in a heating season. Having the history of operation, we can detect problems in operation and remedy. History also helps us with maintenance programming.