x-buffer heat storage

Storing heat loss-free.

The energy generated by the heat pump is not always used in full immediately. Then it makes sense to store the heat generated with regenerative energy efficiently and with as few losses as possible. This makes heat storage an important component in any future-oriented system.

It doesn't matter whether it's about heating or hygienically perfect drinking water: A heat storage is an essential element in a modern heating system.

x-buffer versions

  • Buffer storage systems ensure that heat generation and heat consumption are decoupled. This means that heat is generated regardless of when it is consumed and your heat pump does not have to start up again every time you turn up a radiator, for example. 
  • Hot water storage systems ensure that there is always enough hot water available, even if lots of people are using the bathroom. As with buffer storage tanks, generation and consumption are once again kept separate.
  • Combined storage tanks unite buffer storage and hot water storage in a single unit. The two types of storage are kept strictly separate from one another. Combined storage is the optimal solution if you don’t have much space in the cellar but still want to have an efficient and environmentally friendly storage system.

Compact, powerful, uncomplicated. The x-buffer heat storage store the generated heat energy and transfer it to the heating system. The modern insulation keeps these heat storage losses extremely low. The two temperature levels in the x-buffer flex stratified buffer cylinder for hot water and heating, in conjunction with the integrated inflow dampers, ensure optimum temperature stratification and ensure that the generated heat is stored efficiently.

Storage system for every need. All x-buffer heat accumulators are versatile and flexible in use and have many connection options. This enables flexible integration of additional heat generators on site.

Clever design. The innovative housing design also masters challenges that arise specifically during renovations. Even unfavorable installation conditions such as low basement rooms are no obstacle.