DX and VRF Heat Pumps
Are an environmental technology that cuts fuel bills and reduce users carbon footprint and remove our dependency on natural gas.
They are highly efficient systems for both heating and cooling business premises and homes.
They collect free heat from the air (or ground or water in some cases) and deliver it into the building. On larger systems they can also move heat from one area of a building to another and swap it for cooling for very little energy input, intelligently designed systems cut fuel bills significantly.
Today's modern air conditioning systems are based on heat pump technology. They not only cool, but provide high efficiency heating and can cost a lot less to run than conventional boiler-based systems.
Domestic Heat Pumps
Systems start in capacity as low as 2kW to systems which can heat (and cool) large homes incredibly efficiently, they are not only suited to situations where there is a desire to be green, they are also the simplest solution to heat a home when the building is not connected to mains gas.
As Mitsubishi Diamond Partners we can supply and install ECODAN systems which can heat your home and provide enough domestic hot water to replace any boiler.
The Mitsubishi Electric range of Ecodan air source heat pumps is one of the most advanced heating systems available for homeowners and businesses. With an A++ ErP Energy Rating Label across the range, this is the ideal clean and green intelligent heating solution. The entire line up is also certified by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) which certifies that it’s an intelligent technology that produces heat from a renewable source. This is a key requirement in applying for payments from the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive.
Highly versatile and compatible
Whether installed in small flats, or large detached properties, Ecodan can reduce running costs, lower CO2 emissions and offer reliable, sustainable heating and hot water all year around for the majority of homes and small commercial properties. Ecodan can be installed to replace an existing heating system or work alongside it in a hybrid set up. It can be installed into a new build or renovation project and is even compatible with under floor heating. It is also simpler to maintain than other heating systems such as gas, and with professional maintenance it can offer an average lifespan of 15 to 20 years.