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Kensa is the UK’s sole manufacturer of a wide range of commercial and domestic ground source heat pumps suitable for handling space heating and domestic hot water production.

Kensa was formed in 1999 and has been manufacturing and installing heat pumps since then. From this time the company have manufactured and installed over 1000 heat pumps throughout Europe to a market ranging from domestic to commercial applications. Kensa are ISO9001 approved and have been accredited by the BERR for both manufacture and installation of their ground source heat pumps.

Heat pumps work at their most efficient with low temperature heating distribution systems such as under floor heating. The lower the temperature at the heat pump outlet, the more efficient the unit runs. And since heat pumps are a totally renewable energy source, they also have low CO2 emissions when compared to traditional heating systems.

Kensa offer products to:

  • Architects
  • Consultants
  • Developers
  • Installers
  • Housing Associations
  • Self builders

Kensa Engineering Ltd - Mount Wellington, Chacewater, Truro, Cornwall TR4 8RJ

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