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Mitsubishi Electric - Heat Pumps for Heating

Low Carbon Heating - Air Source Heat Pumps - Air to Water Heat Pumps - Commercial Heating

Heat Pumps are Heading for Mass Market

There is now no doubt that the world is in a climate crisis and that we need to act immediately to avoid catastrophic climate change.

The UK Government have reacted by being the first major economy to pass net zero (Greenhouse Gas) emission laws. Renewable technologies, such as heat pumps, have become an integral part of the solution to the problem of reducing carbon emissions generated through heating.

As a market leader in both commercial and domestic heat pumps, Mitsubishi Electric is a pioneer in the development of this renewable technology. Around the world, heat pumps have been utilised for decades and Mitsubishi Electric has refined this technology to produce the award winning Ecodan heat pumps, which are available from 4kW up to 960kW, making them suitable for virtually any property, from small flats to large detached houses, from an office block to a school.

Ecodan® Heat Pumps

Manufactured in Scotland and the Far East, Ecodan is accredited under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS), offering homes and commercial properties a low carbon alternative to gas and oil heating.

The new sixth generation Ultra Quiet models are specifically designed for the UK. Ecodan is as ‘plug and play’ as possible, ultra-quiet and inverter controlled to regulate energy consumption.

Equally important in these days of fuel poverty, Ecodan can reduce fuel bills compared with oil, older gas boilers, LPG and direct electric.

Mitsubishi Electric has also introduced remote energy monitoring on every Ecodan that leaves the factory, with the company believing this is key to demonstrating the effectiveness of heat pumps and helping homeowners to qualify for incentive payments.

High Efficiency for New-Build

The 4kW domestic unit has been developed specifically to meet the demands of modern homebuilding techniques.

The unique design of the Ecodan QUHZ air source heat pump delivers efficient hot water whilst still providing renewable heating to answer the high hot water, low heating requirement of highly insulated homes.

Commercial Heating

he Ecodan range are designed specifically for use in a wide variety of properties, the larger air cooled and water cooled renewable Ecodan products (QAHV, CAHV and CRHV) use proven heat pump technology to deliver effective low carbon heating, providing a simple solution that can replace traditional systems.

The line-up includes the QAHV commercial heating system which runs on CO2 (R744) to deliver hot water up to 90°C and help businesses increase the efficiency of hot water production whilst significantly reducing their carbon footprint.

District & Community Heating

The most recent addition to the comprehensive line-up is the 40kW Ecodan QAHV high temperature air source heat pump, which is designed for commercial sanitary hot water applications in hotels, leisure centres, hospitals, care homes, restaurants, schools and universities.

Up to three BREEAM points can be achieved with the use of the QAHV and the ability to link up to 16 units in a modular set up to offer 640kW capacity means the system will work equally well in manufacturing processes or heat networks.

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Ecodan QUHZ CAHV

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Travellers Lane
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 8XB

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Tel : 01707 282880

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