• WITH THE WEHEAT HEAT PRODUCTION SYSTEM,
    A HEAT DEMAND OF 300–900 KW CAN BE SERVED

    Our new technology is implemented in existing, unused deep holes

  • Scope of Activities

    Mining Support Kft. provides a full range of geothermal services

    1

    ASSESSMENT

    consultancy on geothermal systems, assessment of geothermal energy utilization possibilities, offering of customized systems

    2

    ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING DEEP DRILLINGS

    assessing the suitability of existing deep drillings for energy production,

    technical and geological assessment, feasibility studies

    3

    DESIGNING

    energy calculations, heat capacity testing, well servicing tests and data evaluation, profitability calculations, modeling, preparation of well reconstruction designs, planning of surface connection drawings and mechanical solutions, preparation of the design documentation

    4

    We arrange for and obtain all necessary permits. During the procedure, we maintain continuous contact with the authorities, and we prepare the necessary official documents, permit applications, and Technical Operational Plans

    5

    DRAFTING APPLICATIONS

    Upon request, we also provide support in raising funds: EU support, financing, installment payment possibilities

    6

    IMPLEMENTATION

    well servicing, surface connections, building engineering implementation, landscaping, waste management

     

    We build turnkey systems.

  • The whole spectrum of heating development from a single supplier

    Mining Support Kft. offers a solution that provides you with the geothermal energy source

    from a depth of thousands of meters

  • Mobile heating station

    for performance testing of closed-loop system, high-depth geothermal systems
     

    What is a mobile heating station?

    Our company has designed a unique test device for the innovative energy development, which is also able to accurately measure the heat capacity of most deep drillings. The test device is a mobile unit that, on the one hand, implements the closed loop system in deep drilling, and, on the other hand, also uses up the heat energy produced through circulation. This way, it simulates the consumer side, so the performance test will represent not a relative energy production value but a real energy test adjusted to the consumers’ demand

    Why is it necessary?

    For the design safety. The habits and the heating system of the heat consumer influence the amount and quality of the energy to be produced through deep drilling at least as much as the geological medium itself. The mobile test device can flexibly track these variables, so the deep drilling can be tested already before the installation of the surface machinery.

     

    What can it do?

    We have created a 1 MW test system which measures all relevant output power data, can operate reliably with any deep drillings, and adopts to the demands of the heat market as desired. It transmits the same medium to the deep drilling as the heat market will after the installation of the surface system. Its unique control and measurement data recording module have been adopted specifically for deep geothermal measurements.
     

     

    The result?

    Using it, you will get accurate measurement results and a model based on accurate simulation. You can see the figures of the heat power of drillings in a transient way. It is mobile, can be transported on public roads, and operates using programmable automatized processes.

  • Download our information materials

    GEOTHERM

    WEHEAT

    MOBILE HEATING STATION

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