Ariston Thermo Innovative Technologies

Ariston Thermo Innovative Technologies (ATIT) is Ariston Thermo's world-class hub for the research and development of cutting-edge, high-efficiency and renewable solutions.

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About Us

Ariston Thermo Innovative Technologies (ATIT) carries out R&D for the development of highly innovative technologies such as electric heat pumps (EHP) and natural gas absorption heat pumps (GAHP), with the goal of consolidating Ariston Thermo's position among the technology leaders in the GAHP sector and as one of the major players in the EHP market. ATIT is one of the largest concentrations in Italy of research personnel focused on the development of heat pump technologies.

Goal

ATIT’s overall objective is to deepen the understanding of the processes that lie at the heart of the most innovative technological solutions and their translation into design.

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Team

The team currently consists of 40 direct members and about ten highly trained and qualified consultants, working in close collaboration with major external institutions, such as the Politecnico di Milano.

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Facilities

ATIT today represents one of the largest concentrations of state-of-the-art equipment and infrastructure for the development of heat pump technologies in Europe. 

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The projects

i-GAP

The i-GAP project intends to develop technologies for the design and production of natural gas absorption heat pumps for residential use, featuring an innovative thermodynamic cycle, compact dimensions and suitability for high-volume production. The Project aims to achieve a low-carbon zone by focusing on the heating of buildings.

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Lombhe@t

LombHe@t is a project aimed at developing a comprehensive set of solutions for the decarbonisation of the civil sector; in particular, it focuses on the development of low-carbon systems for the building heating market. ATIT is involved in the research and development of highly innovative technologies such as EHP and GAHP.

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