The condition of geothermal heating systems and liquids is discovered by means of water analyses and by the visual inspection of the equipment. The results are reported to the customer (analysis report). The customer also receives system-specific recommendations for future actions and a cost estimate for the required maintenance.
Geothermal heating systems are cleaned chemically (commissioning or renovation cleaning).
Geothermal heating systems are filled with a ready-for-use NATURET geothermal heating liquid.
Glycol filling stations can be used for the filling of geothermal heating systems.
The performance of heat exchangers is restored by cleaning. Cleaning extends the lifetime of exchangers and improves their energy efficiency.
The maintenance procedures are reported to the customer. The report can be incorporated into the maintenance manual of the building.