Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps absorb heat from the outside to heat buildings. It is even possible for air source heat pumps to extract useful heat from air at temperatures as low as minus 15°C.
In the same way that a fridge uses refrigerant to extract heat from the inside, keeping your food cool, an air source heat pump extracts heat from the outside air, and uses it to heat your home and hot water. In an air-to-water system the heat produced is used to heat water, which can heat a thermal store or circulate through under floor heating or radiators. Heat pumps produce hot water that is at lower temperature (typically 35-45°C) than standard boiler systems, which makes under floor heating the most effective option
A Greener Alternative install NIBE ground source heat pumps in the South East of England. NIBE is one of Europe’s leading manufacturers in sustainable energy solutions supplying products for heating, ventilation, cooling and heat recovery.
Choose a NIBE air source heat pump for either new builds or retro-fit. These heat pumps can be installed on almost any kind of terrain and come in a range of sizes to suit small, medium or large homes and even light commercial buildings. They can be docked together to produce a maximum of 180kW. You don’t need a large amount of land either because NIBE air source heat pumps only require 150mm clearance from the wall (if placing it against a wall) and 1 metre of free space in front of the unit.
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