12 Jan 2012 09:01:53
Ecodan is officially recognised as quiet
Mitsubishi Electric’s range of Ecodan® air source heat pumps has just received the official backing of the Noise Abatement Society which has awarded a new ‘Quiet Mark’ of approval to the domestic heating product.
The Quiet Mark is a new badge of approval awarded by the Noise Abatement Society to manufacturers of the quietest products currently available and is validated by the Association of Noise Consultants. Products awarded a Quiet Mark will feature in the on-line directory, launching in January 2011 at www.quietmark.com, to offer a one-stop-shop for consumers.
“More households are discovering the benefits of using air source heat pumps for their home’s heating, but not all systems are the same and not all of them are as quiet as Ecodan,” explains Max Halliwell, Business Development Manager for Mitsubishi Electric’s range of domestic heating products.
Air source heat pumps are now covered by Permitted Development under new guidance which came into effect at the start of December 2011. However, in order for the installation to be allowed under these planning regulations, it must comply with the MCS020 Planning Standard and this includes strict guidelines on the noise levels that must be achieved.
Ecodan will reliably provide a home’s heating and hot water, all year round and is suitable for a wide range of existing and new-built properties. Further details on the range are available at www.domesticheating.mitsubishielectric.co.uk.
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