GeoClimaDesign AG is the German producer of capillary tube systems for heating and cooling as well as heat collectors and accumulators. Many long years of experience and expertise can be found for areas such as energy efficiency, capillary tube system technology, sustainable construction and renovation as well as project development.
GeoClimaDesign – Product Philosophy. We are ClimaDesigners. The products we develop are systems for surface heating and cooling as well as accumulators and collectors based on capillary tube technology. Our systems are able to emit or absorb thermal capacity at the smallest of temperature differences, and thereby make the use of the immense geo and solar thermal potential economical.
Heating and cooling technology are in the middle of a technical revolution. Heating using convectors as a central heating unit was a 19th century innovation. Combustion engineering such as condensing boiler technology, with its below 90% efficiency, was a 20th century innovation. The 21st century will be characterised by heating and cooling systems that are able to tap into the free and inexhaustible power of earth and solar energy. Fortunately, not a lot of “high-tech” is required. The only necessity is to have a heat exchanger surface large enough to produce the desired amount of energy for free cooling and nearly free heating. We produce exactly such heat exchanger systems. They are light, flat and are extraordinary heat exchangers for building integration, in order to collect and accumulate solar, earth and exhaust heat as well as for industrial thermal processes.
The market for energy efficient products is growing strong and fast and is being led by innovative businesses. The potential of the research and development from GeoClimaDesign AG is paving the way for surface heating and cooling systems including control engineering as well as accumulator and collector technology.
With the zero energy concept from the Spreemühle Fürstenwalde, GeoClimaDesign AG has created an exemplary system that makes combining historic preservation with energy efficiency economical.