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Dimplex - Why Choose a Heat Pump?

Renewable Energy - Heat Pump - Why Choose Heat Pumps?

Heating, Hot Water, Heat Recovery & Cooling with Monobloc Heat Pumps

Heating & Hot Water

Heat pumps can provide low carbon and low running cost heating and hot water systems for buildings or industrial processes.

Typical applications of Dimplex heat pumps include schools, colleges, university buildings, multiple unit apartment blocks, offices, museums and public spaces, residential dwellings, retail and supermarkets.

The high efficiency LA TU, LI TE and SI TU ranges are perfect for heating only applications, with COPs of up to 4.5 and 5.4 respectively.

The Dimplex SIH TE range is perfect for hot water systems, with flow temperatures up to 70°C.

Cooling

Reversible heat pumps can provide low carbon and low running cost heating, cooling and hot water systems for buildings or industrial processes.

Typical applications of Dimplex reversible heat pumps include schools, colleges, university buildings, multiple unit apartment blocks, offices, museums and public spaces, residential dwellings, retail and supermarkets.

The high efficiency LA TUR+ and SI TUR+ ranges are perfect for heating and cooling applications, with COPs of up to 4.5 and 4.4 respectively for heating and 3.2 and 6.7 for cooling.

Waste Heat Recovery

Heat pumps are perfect for heat recovery applications, often they can be designed to provide both cooling and heating at the same time. Potential heat recovery applications include:

  • Exhaust air from data centres, clean rooms or central ventilation stacks
  • Water cooled fridges/cold stores
  • Integration with chiller system
  • Integration with swimming pool plant
  • Waste water & sewage

Dimplex’s reversible SI TUR+ and LA TUR+ ranges of heat pumps include heat recovery features as standard, providing DHW and cooling simultaneously.

Heat Pumps & Carbon – SCOPs

Heat pumps are a great mechanism to help get your building through Part L and Section 6 (Scotland).

Seasonal heat pump efficiency (SCOP) must be input into the NCM and this must be calculated to BS EN 14825. Dimplex can provide you with a SCOP for your building. This is always better than the default value.

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