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Air to Water, DC Inverter and Geothermal Heat Pumps

Our environment is a natural source of heat. There is heat in the air, in the Earth and in water (rivers and wells). Heat pumps are designed to harness this free and renewable heat and use it to provide our central heating and hot water requirements.

This is done by extracting the heat from the air/earth. This heat is then upgraded to a higher temperature, before being delivered to the central heating system and hot water cylinder. Heat pumps also have the ability to do the reverse and provide a cooling system at warmer times of the year.

They are most efficient when linked to a low temperature heat distribution system such as underfloor heating, providing a constant steady temperature. Heat pumps are very economical, capable of cutting heating bills by up to 70%. For every unit of electricity used to drive a heat pump, one can expect to produce 3-5 units of heat energy. The ratio between the heat produced and the electricity used to produce it, is referred to as the coefficient of performance (CoP).

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