As the GeoCollect absorber system is installed right below the surface, costly installation work is not required. Simply a ditch of 0.7 metres wide and between 1 and 2 metres deep must be excavated to install the modules. This ditch is made either on the south side of the house from east to west or even on the north side – depending on the requirements. Then the solid absorber modules consisting of earth-resistant and material-tested plastic material (PP) are introduced. 12 modules each – i.e. a cold withdrawal output of 1 KW – are welded together in a polyfusion-sealed way to form module rows. These rows are placed on the right and left sides of the ditch which is finally refilled with earth and compacted.
Then the module rows can be connected to the heat pump which comes with the GeoCollect absorber system – and the new heating is ready for operation.