Heating UK homes with Ecodan air source heat pumps is now a viable and credible alternative to traditional methods and can help to combat rising energy bills through greater efficiency. By using an Eco dan to provide space heating and hot water, it is possible to reduce a home’s CO2 emissions and running costs.
Ecodan uses inverter-driven heat pump technology to harvest and upgrade free, renewable energy from the outdoor air to deliver heating and hot water, even in temperatures as low as -25°C.
For every 1kW of electrical input energy, Ecodan harvests and upgrades renewable heat from the outdoor air to provide the home with an average of at least 3.2kW of heat output.
The smallest capacity unit in the Ecodan range is the W50 which is 5kW and is perfect for use in new build applications due to their modern day thermal efficiencies.
Currently the most popular unit in the Ecodan Ultra Quiet range of innovative, stylish and compact single fan outdoor units utilise advanced technologies to deliver improved efficiencies. Designed to satisfy domestic premises permitted development standards, the market leading low noise levels virtually eliminate the need for planning permission and maximises installation options.
Catering for applications with a greater demand for more powerful units is the 14kw Monobloc. These powerful units are perfectly suited to provide effective heating and hot water for larger, existing homes that do not benefit from the thermal efficiencies of today's homes.
The pre-plumbed standard and slimline cylinders come complete with integrated hydraulic components and advanced controls. Designed to integrate with the Ecodan monobloc air source heat pump range, the cylinder provides improved performance and faster heat up times through the use of plate heat exchanger technology
The Ecodan QUHZ is Mitsubishi Electric’s latest air to water heat pump system and is the ideal solution for new build homes. The MCS approved Ecodan QUHZ has been specifically designed to operate with exceptionally high efficiency in the production of hot water, whilst still providing renewable space heating for the home all year round