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The ESP high temperature air source heat pump delivers excellent efficiency in colder geographical areas. The units deliver space heating with a water flow temperature up to 65 degrees C. It will also provide cooling for the hottest times of the year when installed with a suitable cooling distribution system. Domestic hot water is available all year round.
This air source heat pump is from our Classic range of heat pump. Easy to install, these units are self contained and are built using Earth Save Products pioneering heat pump technology. These systems are highly economical to run and are very quiet while in operation. As the manufacturer of these heat pumps we are able to offer these market leading products at extremely competitive prices.
These ESP Air Source Heat Pump comply with EU standards, including EN14511, both in terms of operation efficiency and manufacturing process. Our manufacturing facilities are ISO9001 accredited. Our Air Source Heat Pump have a COP of 4.23 based on test criteria set out by the EU in EN14511. Even when tested at temperatures of 1-2°C these products achieved a COP of 3.55. This product uses R-410A refrigerant.
Although powered by electricity, the air source heat pumps deliver a steady supply of heat over extended periods which is extremely energy efficient. These systems produce far more energy than the consume. This makes them a great addition to any renewable energy installation. With a COP of 4.23 this system will produce 4.23 kilowatts of energy for every kilowatt of energy supplied. This means the for every £1 you spend you can expect to have £4.23 worth of energy to heat or cool your property.
Our twin compressor units are designed to increase efficiency, expand flexibility and reduce the running costs of the renewable heating system.
Here at Earth Save Products we will offer full support; from the design phase all the way through to the complete installation of the system. We can also assist during the grant and planning application process. Including Government grants such as RHI and audio calculations for planning applications.