Dimplex Air source heat pumps use the freely available heat in the ambient air to provide efficient heating and hot water. By installing and using an air source heat pump to provide domestic space heating and hot water in your home in Ireland or Northern Ireland, it is possible to greatly reduce CO2 emissions and your home’s running costs. Dimplex A class air source heat pump can delivers full heat output, even at air temperatures as low as -7°C and at high water flow temperatures, so home-owners never have to worry about unexpectedly high running costs or running out of hot water. Furthermore while many heat pumps can only heat water to 55°C. Dimplex A Class Air Source Heat Pump has a maximum flow temperature of 65°C. Thus it can meet all the domestic hot water requirements. In many instances, Dimplex A Class Air Source Heat Pump can be paired with existing radiators without the need for resizing and still provide an attractive annual saving when compared with oil or LPG. In Summary Dimplex A Class Air Source Heat Pump offers outstanding performance and efficiency.
A Class Air Source Heat Pump Features and Performance
Below are the main benefits that the ‘A Class’ Air Source heat pump has over other air source heat pumps on the market
High output, high temperature
Outstanding performance and efficiency
Designed for the UK and Irish markets, made in Northern Ireland
A Class Air Source Heat Pump Specification and Technical Data
A Class Air Source Heat Pump Grants and Accreditations
Air Source Heat Pump Grants Northern Ireland
If you install an air source heat pump (ASHP) in Northern Ireland via mcs accredited Acorn Renewables Ltd, you can apply for the current Northern Ireland Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) grant of £1,700. Plus you can also earn money from your air source heat pump system each year with the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), 3.4p per kw of deemed heat for a 7 year period). annual payments for seven years.