Think about the future of your business and sustainability by installing a low carbon heating solution, a heat pump that can reduce your buildings energy consumption by up to 80 %
Heat pumps are an environmentally friendly way to heat your premises, in turn reducing your dependency on fossil fuel boilers. In recent years, Ireland has seen an increase in heat pump installations whether it has been through retrofits or new build installations
Fossil fuel boilers are a major contributor to Ireland’s carbon emissions? If you are currently using a gas or oil boiler to heat your building, then your business may be contributing to climate change and would benefit from a renewable energy heating source such as a heat pump. Heat Pumps are a cheaper and more efficient way to heat your premises whilst also giving your company a significantly lower carbon footprint.
How do Heat Pumps Work?
Heat pump installations work by absorbing heat from the surrounding environment and converting it to a higher temperature to heat your building/ premise. A heat pump contains a fluid that quietly harvests and absorbs the heat from either the air or the ground depending on the type of heat pump you want to install. The heat pump then compresses the fluid and raises it to a suitable temperature required to heat your building. The heat from the fluid is then transferred to your heating system including radiators and underfloor heating if used. Electricity is used during this process and for every 1 unit used 3-4 units of heat is produced making heat pumps extremely efficient.
Heat Pump Types
Ground Systems: Ground source heat pumps absorb heat from the ground through a number of ground loops. These heat pumps offer a better year-round efficiency due to the consistency of ground temperatures. Ground heat pump systems are used across commercial and residential developments but may be more expensive due to the consideration of placement and location required.
Air Systems: Air source heat pumps primarily absorb heat from the surrounding air. These heat pumps can remain operational in temperatures as low as -20. Air source heat pumps are easier to install as they only require a connection to the main water supply. This type of heat pump is ideal where there is limited space. Air source heat pumps can be installed at both commercial and residential buildings.
Our heat pumps are significantly designed to use in commercial buildings.
Benefits of a Heat Pump
- Up to 80% savings
- Minimum Maintenance
- Longer Lifespan than fossil fuel boilers
- Reduces your carbon footprint
- Extremely reliable
- Provides a cooling system in the summer.
Enerpower provides various commercial heat pump solutions for your company’s needs. Our heat pumps are specifically designed to deliver a low-carbon heating solution by providing a reduced energy consumption of up to 80% for your business.
If you are interested in a heat pump solution for your business heating your business with a renewable energy source, Call an Enerpower representative today on 051 364 054