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Air Source Heat Pumps, Boiler Installation & Servicing, Air Conditioning & Maintenance, Renewable Energy


Air Source Heat Pump [ASHP] technology has really come into it’s own in the last few years, as developments ensure that they are practical and functional. Reputable names like Mitsubishi Electric produced the market leading Ecodan air source heat pump. This renewable, low carbon heating system has been used for large houses, small flats, schools and office blocks. Heating and hot water is available all year round with this technology, saving money and allowing a reduced carbon footprint.

Mitsubishi Electric are known for their innovative, award winning products such as the Ultra Quiet Ecodan ASHP, which have been designed to deliver the highest performance possible. This stylish heat pump has received the ‘Domestic HVAC Product of the Year – Heating Units’ award, at the H&V News Awards. Key factors were the units low noise levels along with stand out design.

Communications manager for renewable heating at Mitsubishi Electric, Max Halliwell said “We are delighted to receive another prestigious accolade for Ultra Quiet Ecodan and this joins the recent win at the ACR News Awards, being Highly Commended in the ACR Journal & Heat Pump Awards and shortlisted in two other industry awards,” He added “Our Scottish factory has spent the last 10 years refining Ecodan into this super quiet heat pump that specifically addresses the increasingly important issue of noise in our built-up environment.”

The Ultra Quiet Ecodan comes in 8.5kW and 11.2kW sizes with impressive sound levels, three times quieter than previous models. The Ultra Quiet Ecodan’s sound pressure is just45 dB(A), allowing it to easily pass Permitted Development requirements. A wide range of installations are covered by this technology, making these heat pumps extremely versatile. Noise represents an important issue as more and more of these units is adopted into homes. The government has a target of one million installations a year by 2030.


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