We are proud to announce that the company KRONOTERM recently received a prestigious recognition in the field of energy efficiency and sustainable development. Switzerland, a country with an exceptionally environmentally conscious society, ranked our ECO sanitary heat pump in an enviable first place among all tested sanitary heat pumps from European providers based on independent testing.

The recognition awarded by the prestigious Swiss association TCS represents a significant milestone for our company. TCS enjoys high public trust, and recently, in a magazine dedicated to association members, they highlighted KRONOTERM’s ECO sanitary heat pump as the leader in efficiency among five selected tested models from across Europe.

This recognition is not just an achievement but confirms our commitment to the development of advanced and environmentally friendly technologies. We adhere to a vision of sustainable development that combines innovative approaches, technological progress, and environmental care. The ECO sanitary heat pump reflects these values and efforts, undoubtedly expressing our dedication to creating a more sustainable world.

Feel free to read the details of our success presented in the article below.

TCS preizkuša sanitarne toplotne črpalke

Sanitary heat pumps represent an exceptionally efficient and cost-effective method for hot water preparation in residential spaces. This innovative technology harnesses ambient air for energy-efficient water heating, thereby reducing energy consumption and contributing to lower energy costs and environmental impact. Recent tests of various models have shown that investing in a sanitary heat pump makes sense both for financial savings and for the positive environmental impact.

In a recent test, the Touring Club Switzerland (TCS) evaluated the performance and efficiency of five different models of sanitary heat pumps. Among the tested models, the ECO sanitary heat pump from KRONOTERM stood out for its outstanding efficiency.

When planning and installing sanitary heat pumps, it is advisable to consult an expert to assist in finding the optimal location and proper system sizing. Although the initial investment in a sanitary heat pump may be slightly higher than conventional water heaters, the long-term savings on the energy bill quickly prove to be an excellent investment. With potential savings exceeding 500 euros per year, the investment in a sanitary heat pump pays off in a relatively short time.

In addition to financial savings, the use of a sanitary heat pump is also an environmentally friendly choice. Reduced energy consumption compared to conventional heating systems significantly contributes to a lower carbon footprint and alleviates strain on electrical grids. This makes it an ideal solution for those seeking energy-efficient and sustainable hot water heating at home while contributing to the fight against climate change.


Sanitary heat pump: Savings without sacrificing comfort

Heat pumps represent a crucial innovation for environmentally friendly energy utilization in buildings and are increasingly important for both heating and preparing warm sanitary water. Sanitary heat pumps bring numerous advantages as they not only heat water but also significantly reduce electricity consumption. Therefore, using them in homes makes sense both from an environmental and cost perspective.

The preparation of warm water is a fundamental need in every household, prompting owners of single-family houses to often wonder about the most efficient and environmentally friendly solution. In this context, sanitary heat pumps are becoming increasingly popular as they enable a more sustainable and cost-effective preparation of warm sanitary water. Approximately 50 percent of the electricity bill in an average Swiss household is attributed to energy used for heating warm water. A sanitary heat pump reduces this consumption by about two-thirds.

The operation of a sanitary heat pump is straightforward: the device contains a small heat pump that extracts air from the surroundings to heat water, which is then stored in a built-in boiler. Simultaneously, the released air, from which heat and moisture have been extracted, is cooled and dried before being released back into the environment. The high energy efficiency of sanitary heat pumps is one of the key advantages as they produce more thermal energy than needed for their operation. This results in significant cost savings compared to other heating systems.

Studies have shown that owners of single-family houses who switch to sanitary heat pumps reduce the costs of preparing warm water by 65 to 75 percent. Sanitary heat pumps are flexible and can be installed in various environments, both in new constructions and when renovating existing buildings. Careful selection of the location for the warm sanitary water storage tank is crucial during installation to ensure optimal efficiency and performance. An ideal location is the laundry room, where the device can perform the dual function of drying clothes and heating water. The noise produced by the device during operation is comparable to the noise of a refrigerator, making it sensible to install it in the basement.

It is also important to note that sanitary heat pumps often contain environmentally friendly refrigerants. With proper installation and maintenance, there are no concerns about harmful emissions into the environment. Overall, sanitary heat pumps are an excellent choice for owners of single-family houses seeking efficient and sustainable warm water preparation. They offer high energy efficiency, significantly reduce costs, alleviate strain on the electrical grid, and contribute to reducing environmental impacts. When transitioning to a sanitary heat pump, careful planning and installation are essential to achieve optimal results. With proper preparation and expert support, property owners can fully leverage the benefits of sanitary heat pumps.


How were sanitary heat pumps tested?

Sanitary heat pumps were tested in a laboratory at a constant room temperature of 20°C in economic mode. Measurements included the coefficient of performance (COP), maximum single water extraction at 40°C, heating time, energy consumption, and standby power consumption. The noise level produced by the devices during operation was also examined. The testing provided objective data on the efficiency and performance of sanitary heat pumps, which is crucial when deciding on the most suitable device for individual households.


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