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Air source heat pump

An air source heat pump extracts heat from the air, even when the temperature is as low as -20C. In the UK, average winter temperatures are around 5C. In an air source heat pump system there are three independent circuits: the outside air, the refrigerant circuit and the building's water based heat distribution system. They are connected via two heat exchangers within the heat pump which transfers the low grade heat from the air into useable heat to heat the building. Air source heat pumps require a buffer tank as part of the installation. Most have a defrost cycle. They are less efficient than a ground source heat pump, but benefit from lower installation costs. Some models of air source heat pump can also operate in reverse mode to provide active cooling.

Geowarmth offers air source heat pumps from leading European manufacturers such as Dimplex and Mitsubishi. Geowarmth also installs air source heat pumps.

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