Depth probe

What is a depth probe?

A deep probe is a bundle of pipes that is inserted into the ground through a borehole approximately 100 – 130 m deep. An antifreeze medium circulates vertically through the deep probe and extracts heat from the surrounding soil.

Where is a depth probe used?

A deep probe is particularly suitable for small plots or large projects.

What are the advantages of a depth probe?
  • Low space requirement

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