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air source heat pumps
Nowadays of ever-increasing power expenses, it's advisable to take into account any type of
renewable power that could limit the charges of your energy expenditure. Such a choice is the Air
Source Heat Pump.
So what is an Air Source Heat Pump?
Air source heat pumps take up high temperature direct from the background air; due to this heat
may then be utilized to warm up your individual heaters, underfloor heating or heated air
convectors installations and provide the entire hot water requirements.
Exactly what makes an air source heat pump work?
Fundamentally background heat from surrounding air (even external air at temperatures down to 20deg) carries heating energy, this is now drawn up into the Air Source Heat Pump using a fan
subsequently drawn into a compressor, which then additionally warms up the air and that is then
used to heat a fluid termed as a refridgerant which boils at suprisingly low temperatures.. This
fluid then passes through a compressor and heat exchanger where it's temperature is increased
up close to up to 60deg, then passed to your home. The warm air subsequently transfers its heat
by heat transfer units to your heating and heated water systems in so doing making your entire
heat as well as heated water needs of one's property, whist the cold air is taken out in to the
outside atmosphere.
Pay attention to this online video which explains the manner in which an Air Source Heat Pump

Air Source Heat Pumps do unfortunately, have an impact on environmental surroundings, albeit in
a rather minor manner, as they need electrical power to operate, (a undemanding PV Solar
energy set up may well power the technology), the heat the Air Source Heat Pump extracts from
the air, however, is constantly being renewed naturally and is therefore an excellent provider of '
real green' energy.
Air Source Heat Pumps work extremely well 'in reverse' throughout the summer, during which the
system enables you to successfully cool your house.
Exactly what the Advantages of Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps (also refered to as ASHPs):
1. could lessen energy charges, especially when you are upgrading conventional electric powered
2. may present an income through the UK Government's Renewable Heat Incentive (other
countries may offer comparable incentives)
3. may well diminish c02 pollution levels, this of course is contingent upon which fuel you are
4. minimizes or removes the total cost of fuel supply or perhaps even service costs, depending on
how you arrange your energy shipping
5. could heat your entire home and give you an infinite source of hot water

6. needs hardly any up keep - Air Source Heat Pumps are occasionally refered to as ‘fit and
forget' systems
One of the major variances you can however notice though is that not like traditional energy
systems like gas or oil fired boilers, Air Source Heat Pumps provide their heat at lower
temperatures over longer periods of time. As a consequence, during cold periods of the year, you
may find the need to keep your Air Source Heat Pump running regularly to heat your property
proficiently. On top of that, you might also note that your heaters won't feel as hot compared to
other traditional ways of warming up your house.
There are a couple of main types of air source heat pump system:
An air-to-water system which directs warmth via your wet heating system; and air-to-air which
work much more proficiently at lesser temperatures when compared with standard boiler; hence,
the're more effective for underfloor heating units or bigger heaters, which give out warmth at lower
temperatures over longer periods of time. Newest air source heat pumps on the other hand, could
power either water or underfloor-air heating and very hot water installations.
Just how much do Air Source Heat Pump installations Cost?
Typical systems cost anywhere between £6,000 to £10,000, plus the running payments are
determined by asuch factors as the size and age of your house, roof structure and wall filling,
replacement doors and windows effectiveness, the number of people using the property and also,
the the individual room temperatures you select.
For more information a cost free Consumer Information Tutorial and Investment Return
Calculator, I recommend you visit:
For more information a FREE Buyer Information Guide and Financial Return Calculator, I
recommend you visit: ground source heat pump how it works and get the ball rolling!!

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