Heat Pump Systems, Essex and London

Air source and ground source heat pumps work by collecting heat from the outside air, ground or water (lake etc) and transferring it to water or air heat distribution systems. Similar to a fridge that sucks out warm air from the food compartments, heat pumps work in reverse to the fridge by taking minimal heat from outside the building and turning it into usable energy. With all heat pumps the concept works best on highly insulated properties with under floor heating. The higher the temperature demanded from the heat pump, the lower the efficiency. It must be noted that heat pumps require a fair amount of electricity to run but they are far more efficient than traditional electric heating appliances IF they are designed and installed correctly.

Ground and air source heat pumps
Ground Source Heat Pump Bore Holes

Ground Source Heat Pump Bore Holes

This type of ground source pump collect the heat from well beneath ground level via deep bore holes

Air Source Heat Pump

Air Source Heat Pump

Air source heat pumps collects heat from the outside air (even when its cold) and converts it to usable heat for a building

Ground Source Heat Pump Pipe Array

Ground Source Heat Pump Pipe Array

This type of ground source heat pump collect heat through pipe arrays buried around 1.5 meters underground

IDM Ground Source Heat Pump

IDM Ground Source Heat Pump

Ground source heat pumps are generally tidy appliance that can be located in most parts of the property

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