Kinspan Aeromax Air Source Heat Pump collects and utilises thermal energy from the outside air, and uses this energy to heat the home, and provide domestic hot water.
Aeromax Plus air source heat pump does this in the same way that a fridge extracts heat from its inside.
It can extract heat from the air even when the outside temperature is as low as 20 degrees C.
The heat generated can be used to warm water for radiators, underfloor heating systems or provide domestic hot water in your home
The process is simple, effective and entirely renewable something which is good for both the environment and future generations as well as our pockets.
Kinspan Aeromax Air Source Heat Pump How it works ?
Heat from the air is absorbed at low temperature into a fluid. This fluid then passes through a compressor where its temperature is increased, and transfers its higher temperature heat to the heating and hot water circuits of the house. There are two main types of air source heat pump system:
- An air-to-water system distributes heat via your wet central heating system. Heat pumps work much more efficiently at a lower temperature than a standard boiler system would. So they are more suitable for underfloor heating systems or larger radiators, which give out heat at lower temperatures over longer periods of time.
- An air-to-air system produces warm air which is circulated by fans to heat your home. They are unlikely to provide you with hot water as well.
Kinspan Aeromax Air Source Heat Pump Benefits
- Reduce energy cost and CO2 emissions by up to 50% compared to traditional systems
- Powerful performancewith low noise
- No gas supply,flues or ventilation required
- No regular maintenance or annual safety inspections are required, unlike fossil fuel systems
- Perfect for refurbor new build
- Probably the most compact unit in today’s market
- Safe & reliable- proven technology
- No need for complicated and often expensive digging or drilling,unlike ground source heat pumps
- Quick and simple installation
- Ideal for apartments and urban sites where there is very little space available