The capillary geothermal system uses solar energy that is stored in the earth to heat up the circulating water. A 40 millimeter thin walled pipe is dug down at one meter dept. One meter pipe will be used for every square meter of the capillary flow system. Each chamber in the system has its own geothermal system which results in that when the water is moved to the other chamber it will first pass the geothermal system and will be heated up.
1 meter pipe/sqmeter area
1 meters depth
Thinwalled 40 mm pipe
The water will go from chamber/pool one, through the basins’ chamber connected to that chamber/pool, via the geothermal system to the other chamber of the basin, and out to the other part of the pool/chamber.
This is installed before the capillary flow system and is plough down.