Natural Heat Pumps utilise only natural refrigerants, the most practical to apply are CO2 & Hydrocarbon. They remove the need for users to comply with FGAS regulations.
Due to their use of natural refrigerants, the range of applications that can be satisfied includes those where low environmental impact is a priority, or areas where legislation restricts fossil fuel use.
Alongside the huge environmental benefits, natural units provide a practial and efficient alternative to standard HFC Heat Pumps. For example, a CO2 Heat Pump providing high temperature hot water is able to deliver a COP of up to 4 when heating incoming mains water from 10°c to 65°c.
15-300kW – natural refrigerants
With the capability to operate at temperatures suitable for medium to high temperature applications the Pure Hydrocarbon Heat Pump range can be specified for a wide range of applications including retrofit and new projects.
Where sustainability standards must be achieved to meet client or planning restrictions or regulations the Pure Hydrocarbon Heat Pump range provides a highly efficient, practical and cost effective solution whilst future proofing the installation completely by removing the application completely from F Gas regulation & reporting requirements.
These barriers can now be removed by utilising the Pure High Temperature Heat Pump range.
Acknowledged as providing the higher levels of Heat Pump efficiency where hot water production is concerned, CO2 Heat Pumps are able to delivery temperatures of up to 90c on an accumulation and thermal storage basis. This capability provides the specifier with the option to utilise thermal storage as a means of reducing Heat Pump capacity in order to deliver a cost effective and low carbon solution.
These barriers can now be removed by utilising the CO2 Heat Pump range.
*Efficiency will be dependent on individual project conditions and requirements, an individual illustration can be provided with regard to capital cost, operational costs and return on capital, based on actual site specific information.