- Comparison of heating cost per year for a 120 m² house (in Germany) -
- Gas with old contract
- Gas with a new contract
- Heating oil
- Heat pump
- TAK Systems
- TAK Systems including solar
Approx. 2,520 euros*
Approx. 4,000 euros*
Approx. 2,400 euros*
Approx. 2,160 euros*
Approx. 1,200 euros*
- Gas heating
- Gas heating
- Oil heating
- Air Water heatpump
- TAK Systems frequency heating
Between 6,000 - 9,000 euros
Between 3,500 - 5,000 euros
Between 8,750 - 11,250 euros
Between 10,000 - 18,000 euros
Between 6,000 and 8,000 euros
*The above approximate prices are guidelines and were researched from the Internet. Deviations are possible.
No guarantee can be given as prices may vary depending on heating behavior and existing cost factors.
TAK Systems presents the innovative heating system based on frequency heating technology.
A control cabinet specially designed for the application controls the entire heating system with newly defined parameters.
This new type of control of the special heating elements means that the calorie value increases by up to 40% during the heating process.
During this process, the water molecules are set in motion very efficiently and much faster than with conventional heating systems.
This means that the standby times of our heating systems become longer.
TAK Systems has protected the frequency heating technology with the German Patent and Trademark Office and is the only provider of this novel and highly efficient heating technology.
Clear and easy to understand!
The heating system consists of 2 main components:
The circulation pump and attachments are additional components.
All components are installed indoors only.
You don't need any peripheral devices such as inverters or charge controllers.
The photovoltaic modules can be connected directly to the control cabinet.
The energy generated is delivered to the heating elements via the control cabinet.
A sufficiently large storage volume is integrated for night operation, which is also controlled by the cabinet.
An existing photo-voltaic system (solar cells) can be seamlessly integrated or integrated at a later point in Time.
PV integration in a village house:
The heating system is suitable for use in living areas.
The possibility of integration into the existing heating system is given.