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Where can they be used?

There are a number of types of ground source heat pumps available to suit the heating requirement of any building, whether it’s a new build or existing. They can also be installed almost anywhere, providing there is sufficient space to lay ground loops or drill a bore hole.

What are the key benefits?

Extremely energy efficient – producing up to five times more heat for every unit of electricity used. Environmentally friendly – a typical unit can save up to 3 tonnes of CO2 per year. Maintenance free. Designed to achieve up to 500% efficiency with radiators and underfloor heating systems.

Installing a Ground Source Heat pump

A Ground Source Heat Pump can be installed with a horizontal collector; lengths of pipe are buried underground to a depth of around 1 to 2 metres. Alternatively, a vertical collector can be used, requiring a bore hole to be drilled to a depth of around 50m to 200m and the collector is fed into the hole. Electrical and plumbing installation is straightforward. It requires only a 240V mains supply and a simple flow and return connections to internal and external water circuits.


Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground Source Heat Pumps use solar energy naturally stored in soil, bedrock and groundwater as a heat source. They do require electricity to operate, but efficiently produce up to five times as much heat energy for every unit of electricity they use. The range comprises suitable products for a variety of buildings and heating requirements.


Ground Source Heat Pumps