Dimplex Air-to-water Heat Pumps
These pumps generate heat from external air and work well at temperatures ranging from 95 F to -13 F. Dimplex air source heat pumps include the heat source system when they are produced, which means no significant additional costs since it is very easy and inexpensive to source air and trap it.
These heat pumps use solar energy transferred from a heat exchanger to the brine that is a mix of anti-freeze and water. Another option of heat sourcing is represented by waste heat that is used to increase the temperature.There are different systems that can be used as a source of heat: either ground heat collectors, that are installed horizontally and they consist of a set of pressure-resistant pipes, or borehole heat exchangers that are laid vertically into the ground.
Dimplex Water-to-waterheat Pumps
These pumps extract heat from water in the ground at temperatures ranging from 45 F and 54 F. Maximum effectiveness is reached by coupling water-to-water heat pumps with a low temperature heating system.
Dimplex Air-Eau is a newborn air source heat pump that suits all needs. It can achieve a Cop of 4.7 and it provides a consistent alternative to traditional boilers and heating systems. This devices ranks very high in terms of class efficiency, they are embedded with inverter solution, the flow temperature can be adjusted, they can be easily installed, their noise levels are kept to a minimum. The system is also able to supply the hot water necessary for the household.
- Are available in different models: 6, 9, 12 and 16 Kw.
- Have really high performance up to 4.7 COP.
- Have an inverter compressor that allows great performance even at low temperatures and it adjusts to output to efficiency.
- Are very easy to install.
- Have water flow adjusting temperatures that always keep a high efficiency level.
- Can work along with other systems.
- Have an even lower noise level at night (Night mode)
It is hard to give a precise price range since the final result is affected by many variables such as the size of the house, the overall consumption that is connected to the desired warmth level. These are important variables and estimating them is the first step toward a realistic and reliable price forecast.
What you can do is to fill out the form that is provided and specify the type of heat pump you would like to buy, how big is your property in square meters and what kind of heating you are currently using. You will receive up to four offers you can compare.