Systems // Traffic Areas
Whether footpaths, roads, bridges or runways, our triple.s surface temperature regulation also brings safety and comfort to areas that are difficult to provide with energy and heating. You achieve optimal conditions day and night, all year round, and in all weather conditions – and what is of greater importance, you can also guarantee them!
Other smart applications are roof area temperature regulation systems and the cooling and heating of logistics buildings. They build the bridge to architecture and underline the diversity of the possible applications of triple.s surface temperature regulation.
If, alongside aspects such as safety, reliability and the ability to guarantee optimal conditions, economic efficiency is also considered, the decision in favour of triple.s surface temperature regulation is even more sound. The costs for operational failures, for winter service, for damage through winter and winter services, or for insurance premiums can quickly become incalculable depending on the situation or the weather conditions.
With triple.s you manage the balancing act between economic efficiency, safety and sustainability. So with free geothermal energy why not also immediately achieve extensive sustainability from the environment through to operation of the facility? And that is without counting the enhancement of your image for your customers!
// What makes our triple.s surface temperature regulation system unique:
- availability > 99.5 %
- significant prolongation of the service life of the structure
- no winter services necessary
- significantly greater traffic safety
- the risk of accident for the passengers is reduced
- fewer minutes of delay in operations of rail service providers
- lower premiums in the case of environmental and liability insurances
- more efficient use of primary energy, large CO2 reduction
- support of sustainability strategies through up to 70 % saving in CO2 (compared to conventional systems)
The triple.s technology is protected in various countries by patents and utility models.