Commercial air source heat pump
Increasingly popular with organisations across the UK, Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) are a highly efficient, low cost way to heat and cool your premises.
Well-designed Air Source Heat Pumps will deliver all the heating you need in the winter months as well as your air conditioning in the summer, for a fraction of the cost of oil, LPG or electric heating.
We recommend Air Source Heat Pumps for modern, efficient properties and new developments.
Low cost heating and hot water
20 years of payments from RHI. Index linked
RHI subsidy reduces running costs by 75%
Helps meet planning constraints
Easy to install in modern buildings
Low maintenance and minimal servicing
The right temperature all years round
Commercial Air Source Heat Pumps can be used as a heating system and an air conditioning unit. They can be located on the ground outside or on a flat roof, where they extract heat energy from the air to generate all the space and hot water heating you need. Latent heat is present in air temperatures as low as -20 degrees so the UK climate is suitable for Air Source Heat Pumps.
How air source heat pumps work
Air Source Heat Pumps are compact, electrical appliances about the same size and shape as an air conditioning unit. They are fitted to the outside of your building where they extract heat from the air and provide you with heating and hot water all year round.
Heating capacity kW
Power input kW
Cooling capacity kW
Power input kW
Maximum water temperature ℃
Working outside temperature ℃
DC inverter compressor
Fin-tube heat exchanger with hydrophilic coating
Plate heat exchanger
Dimensions (W*D*H) mm
Noise Level at 1 meter dB(A)
Net/gross weight kg
Heating: outside temperature (DB/WB) =7/6℃, water inlet/outlet=30/35℃
Cooling: outside temperature (DB/WB) =35/24℃, water inlet/outlet=23/18℃