Air Source Heat Pump
Installation

Extracting heat from the ambient external air to supply your heating and hot water system, air source heat pumps are a highly efficient way of heating your property.

Our trusted team will assess your property and work alongside you to identify the most beneficial position for your new heat pump.

Air Source Heat Pump

How do
Air Source Heat Pumps Work?

Air source pumps work by initially extracting heat from the ambient air, for this reason it is best to situate the unit in a location, outdoors that benefits from a free flow of air. Of course, our engineers will always take the time to ensure your unit is fitted in an optimal position.

The process begins with ambient air being pulled into the system, whilst refrigerant is circulated through an evaporator. It is then passed through to a compressor, raising the temperature of the refrigerant and turning the liquid refrigerant to gas.

The hot gas is then passed through a condenser where the heat is passed onto water, and fed into your heating or hot water system.

Once the heat has been removed the hot gas turns back into a liquid to start the cycle again!

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Reduce your use of fossil fuels
by up to 50%

Not only will you save money on energy bills, but more importantly, air source heat pumps (ASHPs) offer a clear step towards cutting C02 emissions.

Air source heat pumps provide the opportunity to reduce your use of fossil fuels and dependency on the grid. In addition, you could also receive money back from the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

heat pump helps to cut down co2 usage

What are the Benefits
of Air Source Heat Pumps?

There are many benefits to installing an air source pump system, but our top points are as follows;

Your Interior Space is Retained
As the main unit is based outside, less space within your premises is required. The systems are generally more cost effective when compared to alternative renewable heating systems too.

Efficiency
On a well-designed heating system with under-floor heating and an outside air temperature of 7°C, air source heat pumps can reach efficiencies of up to 5.1kW of heat for every 1kW of electricity used. This is known as the COP (Coefficient of Performance). In comparison, electric storage heaters have a COP of just 1kW of heat to every 1kW of electricity used.

Reliability
Thanks to their simple structure, with no hot burners required, air source systems are very reliable. This reliability is amplified when they are correctly serviced and maintained. Visit our support page for more information.

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