Heat Pumps

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HOW YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM INVESTING IN A HEAT PUMP SYSTEM?

• Reduce your heating bills by improving your energy efficiency. • Increase your home comfort levels. • No need to burn fossil fuels at home • Support the environment by reducing your greenhouse gas emissions.

Do you know that you are entitled to a grant through the SEAI Home Energy Grants programme to help improve your home heating system? Inefficient heating systems are wasteful of energy and costly to run because of the amount of fuel needed to maintain adequate comfort levels and hot water in the home. Replacing a conventional heating system with a heat pump system, particularly in a well-insulated dwelling, can transform the comfort levels in the home while reducing running costs, energy usage and harmful greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, the heat pump system can eliminate oil and gas bills from the home. To install a heat pump system, you must ensure your home is well insulated and that you have good double or triple glazed windows. In this way your heat pump system will perform well and your electricity bills will be low.

 HOW DO HEAT PUMPS WORK?

A heat pump system harnesses energy from free renewable sources outside the building, for heating your house and producing your hot water. Electrical heat pumps use a compressor to draw heat from a low temperature source, such as external air or ground to heat the building interior. While conventional heating systems such as storage heaters and boilers cannot produce more heat than that contained in their fuel source, a heat pump typically will produce three to four units of heat for every unit of electricity consumed.

Most heat pump systems have integrated heating controls, helping you to accurately match your space heating and hot water schedules to the working and living patterns in your home, so when heat and hot water are required, it is there; and when it is not required, it is turned off. Using the heating controls in your heat pump system will typically reduce your energy usage by up to 20%.

TYPES OF HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS Different types of heat pump systems draw heat from different sources: air, water or the ground. Heat generated is distributed via radiators, underfloor heating or warm air units. Heat pump systems will heat radiators to a lower temperature than conventional boiler systems, and this works well when the home is well insulated. Heat pump systems, excluding those providing warm air to the home, can supply most of the hot water needed for baths, showers and sinks. Air Source: The most common heat pump systems extract heat from external air, typically using an outside unit. These heat pump systems do not require underground piping to source heat and so can be cheaper and easier to install compared to ground source heat pump systems.

• Air to water heat pump systems are the most popular choice of system. Heat is distributed through radiators and underfloor heating and they can also produce hot water.

• Exhaust-air to water heat pump systems are similar to air to water but include mechanical extract ventilation and recover heat from air drawn from the dwelling.

• In Air to air heat pump systems the heat is distributed through air units. Air to air heat pump systems do not provide hot water.

Heat Pumps

De Dietrich Strateo

De Dietrich Strateo

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HPI

HPI

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HPic

HPic

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HPI-M

HPI-M

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Lochinvar Amicus Boost

Lochinvar Amicus Boost

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Lochinvar Amicus HT

Lochinvar Amicus HT

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Lochinvar Amicus LT

Lochinvar Amicus LT

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Lochinvar HSV Thermal Store

Lochinvar HSV Thermal Store

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MAXA HCN FCU 06kW to 20kW

MAXA HCN FCU 06kW to 20kW

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MAXA HWA1-A 106kW-349kW

MAXA HWA1-A 106kW-349kW

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MAXA HWA1-A 40-85kW

MAXA HWA1-A 40-85kW

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MAXA HWA1-A-H 109kW - 345kW

MAXA HWA1-A-H 109kW - 345kW

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MAXA HWA-A 196kW-1035kW

MAXA HWA-A 196kW-1035kW

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MAXA HWA-A 47kW-175kW

MAXA HWA-A 47kW-175kW

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MAXA HWA-A-FC 27kW-42kW

MAXA HWA-A-FC 27kW-42kW

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MAXA HWA-A-FC 53 kW-174kW

MAXA HWA-A-FC 53 kW-174kW

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MAXA HWA-ZB 684kW-1597kW

MAXA HWA-ZB 684kW-1597kW

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MAXA i HP 25kW-70kW

MAXA i HP 25kW-70kW

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MAXA i-MAX-66kW-115kW

MAXA i-MAX-66kW-115kW

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