Ground source heat pumps utilise energy in the earth surrounding a property to provide heating and hot water solution. We have been installing ground source heat pumps for over 10 years, ensuring maximum performance and functionality.
Our partners Danfoss, have developed a number of technologies such as TWS (tap water stratification), HGW (Hot Gas Water heater) and Opti (automatic variable speed controlled circulation pumps), to contribute to increased annual efficiencies, comfort and reliability.
Our ground source heat pumps can be conveniently incorporated into systems designed to suit your customers' individual needs, no matter how big or small.
The DHP-H Opti Pro ground source heat pump utilisies the energy from the ground, bedrock or water to create a heating and hot water system. Variable speed pumps and hot gas.
Danfoss DHP-H is an efficient heat pump for space heating and domestic hot water production. The DHP-H features the latest in technological innovation, including:
DHP-L Opti Pro is a ground source heat pump for heating only solutions. The range can be combined with a separate hot water tank that produces more hot water than traditional heating systems.
DHP-L Opti is a ground source heat pump which may be used for heating only solutions or with a separate hot water tank (the Danfoss DWH Opti ) is also available in volumes of 200 and 300 litres.
The DHP-L is a efficient heat pump for space heating and hot water production.
The DHP-S Eco is a high-capacity heat pump designed for larger homes or small commercial properties. Ideal for nurseries, homes, offices or shops, the DHP-S Eco offers outstanding performance combined with a streamlined control system to provide a flexible heating and hot water solution.
The DHP-R Eco is a large capacity heat pump that produces efficient heating (and comfort cooling). The R range offers reliability and efficiency, with capacities between 20 and 42kW. Up to 8 heat pumps can be combined for larger requirements.
The BW10 units were especially designed for large capacity heating applications with a leaving water temperature of 65°C (without supplementary heating).