Gas fired heat pump
Generate heating and hot water in your home using natural gas
An efficient way to heat your home
A gas fired heat pump uses less energy to generate heat than it does to operate. This is because it draws on renewable energy in the form of heat from air, water and ground sources.
Controllable heat performs at low temperatures
Homeowners can easily control the heat pump's output temperature. Additionally the heat pump can provide full heating capacity even with low outside ambient temperatures. This is opposed to electrically driven heat pumps that dramatically increase their running costs at low temperatures.
Cleaner and more versatile than electric pumps
Unlike electric heat pumps, gas absorption heat pumps do not use harmful refrigerants, have a negligible electrical consumption and can also provide cold water for summer cooling (in reversible versions).
- Near silent at 40db in comparison to an average electric heat pump at 70db.
- Lowest Nitrous Oxide (NO2) emissions when compared to other types of heat pump.
- Uses a natural refrigerant which is not affected by F-Gas restrictions.
Suitable for new and existing buildings
The gas fired heat pump can fit into heating systems with high temperature distribution systems such as radiators. It can replace or integrate with an existing gas boiler. It is also the ideal choice for new homes with low temperature distribution systems such as floor heating or fan coils.
How a gas heat pump works
The unit is a condensing absorption heat pump which operates by making use of the absorption cycle of natural gas. During its operation it:
- Consumes natural/LPG gas in the generator
- Absorbs heat in the evaporator from the surrounding medium, which may be air or water
- Gives off heat to the medium to be heated (air or water) in the condenser
Why choose natural gas
The most reliable energy solution
Enjoy a constant and uninterrupted supply with no need to order or schedule deliveries. Piped straight to your house or premises, say goodbye to bulky fuel tanks and storage areas.