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What is the Gas Absorption Heat Pump (GAHP)?

The ROBUR Gas Absorption Heat Pumps combine all the advantages of the 2 most common heating technologies: the condensing boiler and the electric heat pump.


Similarly to a gas boiler, the gas absorption heat pump is a device able to supply high temperature hot water both for heating and for DHW production.
Similarly to an electric heat pump, GAHP is able to recover renewable energy in the form of heat from air, water and ground sources.
Unlike electric heat pumps, gas absorption heat pumps do not use harmful refrigerants, have a negligible electrical consumption and can also provide cold water for summer cooling (in reversible versions).
What is the Gas Absorption Heat Pump (GAHP)?
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