HVAC/R and Fire-Proof plant


HVAC is an English acronym widely used in all fields of industry to signify Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.

Homes, offices, and more generally all the surroundings in which we live, work and play sport, are contexts which interact with various heating, ventilation, cooling and air-conditioning plants.

The higher the level of energy efficiency in the building-plant system, the lower the level of energy consumption necessary to maintain the environmental conditions most favourable to thermal wellbeing in any given condition.

GTE has always given a great deal of attention to the installation of the best systems, chosen on the basis of their energy efficiency and in harmony with more sophisticated microclimatic solutions to achieve a level of thermal comfort in line with the expectations of those enjoying these contexts.

The following are just some of the types of plant involved in these solutions:


  • Air - water heat pumps;
  • Water - water heat pumps;
  • Condensation boilers;
  • Heating units.


  • Geothermal systems;
  • Groundwater systems;
  • Chilled beam systems.


  • Direct expansion systems (VRV – VRF);
  • Hydronic systems;
  • Refrigeration units.