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Chaussee de Charleroi 97
Belgian company created in 2008, SOLARIS-PAC develops, produces and distributes through a network of installers and distributors heat pump applications, using an innovative heat source technique.
Instead of using the ground or air dynamically forced through a heat exchanger as a source of heat, SOLARIS-PAC developed a static air heat exchanger, combined with a dedicated control system.
The heat pump is designed as a 1 meter wide by 2 meters high panel placed outside the dwelling, typically against the wall, and produces the domestic hot water for up to 6 persons.
Such a system presents a very high ease of installation, and minimal annoyances due to noise or constraints on the ground use, while having equivalent or better performances than the current standards (like solar panels). Additionally, the aesthetic of the heat pump can be improved by the use of decorative panels.
SOLARIS-PAC is considering the development of hte UK market ans is looking for local partnerships.
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SOLARIS-PAC, heat pump for production of DHW, is looking for partnerships in UK
What we offer:
SOLARIS-PAC develops, produces and commercializes heat pumps using static air as energy source. This technology allows:
- Extremely low noise levels
- Higher reliability
- Better performances at low temperature.
Our first product concentrates on domestic hot water production (DHW). It is very simple to install (less than 1 day for 2 workers) and doesn't require special expertise. It will cover the DHW needs of a 3 to 6 people family.
Our heat pump is a 1m wide by 2 m high panel (17 cm deep). Usually attached to an outdoor wall of the dwelling, it can alternatively be placed on feets.
Aesthetics was integrated through industrial design and the use of covers that can be produced upon the user's personal design.
What we are looking for:
Our current product is dedicated to the production of DHW for single family houses (3 to 6 people).
We are looking for a partnership with either distributors or large installers of heating equipment on the UK market (other markets in Europe are also considered).
Additionally, we are considering local partnerships for the production and supply of heat pump components.
- Sustainable building
- Systems and equipments using energy from alternative souces
- Technology & business cooperation
- Technical cooperation
- License agreement
- Sales and service partner
- Research Cooperation