We participate in important European projects including the design and development of systems and technologies in the field of heating and cooling that are increasingly in line with environment friendliness and sustainability concerns.
FP6-2003-SME-1 Novel Liquid Desiccant Dehumidification System
Start 1 Oct 2005
End 30 Sep 2007
The project aim was to develop and test a low cost, compact and low energy consumption liquid desiccant-based dehumidification system. The advantages of this system were the improvement of air quality and comfort in indoor environments, humidity control and improved capacity of the refrigerant compressor.
FP6-2002-SME-2 Sustainable Heat and Energy Research for Heat Pump Applications
Start 1 Ott 2004
End 31 Dic 2007
This project aimed to develop efficient heat pumps in energy and cost terms, compliant with new environmental regulations through the use of natural refrigerants, such as propane and low-charge heat exchangers.
FP7-ENERGY Advanced ground source heat pump systems for heating and cooling in Mediterranean climate
Start 1 Jan 2009
End 31 Dec 2013
The project involved the development of geothermal heat pumps for heating and cooling, suitable for installation in Southern European countries with a typically Mediterranean climate. Part of the development work involved the optimisation of the “variable speed” concept applied to all the devices on board the heat pumps.
H2020-LCE-2014-2 Geothermal Technology for €conomic Cooling and Heating
Start 01 May 2015
End 30 Apr 2019
The aim of the project was to develop more affordable heat pumps, simpler and faster to install in a plug-and-play system configuration. We also tested the use of low-GWP A2L refrigerants and the development of hybrid source heat pumps.
H2020-LCE-2014-2 Cheap and efficient application of reliable ground source heat exchangers and pumps
Start 1 Jun 2015
End 31 May 2019
The project saw the development of new systems in the field of geothermal energy to reduce capital and running costs of the surface geothermal systems and to improve safety during installation and operation, particularly in historic and listed buildings. This project has facilitated the study and progress of transcritical CO2 technology applied to refrigerants in heat pumps.
Galletti Belgium - HiRef
H2020-LCE-2017-RES-IA Easier to install and more efficient geothermal systems for retrofitting buildings.
The project involved the development of geothermal systems that are easier to install, efficient and above all suitable for fitting in historic or existing buildings.
Galletti Belgium - HiRef