Heat Pumps


  • Hot water up to 85°C in ambient temperatures as low as -20°C
  • Electrical power consumption less than 1/3 of equivalent electric heating
  • Ideal for industrial processes or hydronic heating. 
  • Operating costs often lower than natural gas or LPG water heaters.
  • More flexible installation than gas water heaters.
  • Ground source heat pumps consume even less power by using the ground temperature instead of air for heating or cooling
  • Models range from 20kW to 40kW of heating/cooling at water flow 23lpm. Multiple units for greater capacity.



Electric Heat Pumps:  

Cost effective hot and cold water for industrial processes or hydronic heating/cooling


Ground Sourced Heat Pump                                                   Air Sourced Heat Pump




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