The Cooll SuperHybrid is the energy-efficient and affordable heating solution for existing and new homes
The Cooll SuperHybrid is the one-to-one replacement for the condensing boiler in existing homes and can be combined with both high- and low-temperature heating and does not have a separate outdoor unit. The heat pump is powered by gas or hydrogen and extracts heat from the outside air, saving 30 to 50% on gas and reducing CO2 emissions by 30 to 50%. Typical of Cooll is that this is done without any increase in electricity consumption.
Cooll from Enschede is testing the successor to the high-efficiency boiler that saves 30% on gas consumption.
Saving on gas consumption is more topical than ever and can be achieved in various ways. By making homes more sustainable with insulation, but also by introducing modern heat solutions with a higher efficiency.
The GROHW website regularly features partners from the collective and this week it was Cooll's turn.
Cooll: 'Everyone should be able to participate in making their home more sustainable'
One in five homeowners cannot afford to make their home more sustainable. This is evident from a detailed analysis by the DNB published this week. Various news sources such as Dagblad Trouw report that the group of homeowners with a relatively low income and who live in poorly insulated houses are hit hardest by the high energy prices.
30-50% reduction of energy and emissions
Compared to traditional gas-fired heating technologies.
Perfect replacement for existing high-efficiency boilers
Suitable for placement in existing and new construction houses
Applicable with new green energy carriers
Prepared for use with biogas, LNG and hydrogen..
Cooll’s SuperHybrid has a similar continuous cycle to a standard electric heat pump. However, compression of the refrigerant now takes place with a heat-driven adsorption compressor instead of an electro-mechanical compressor. The required heat comes from a burner.