Thermopod units can be fitted to existing hot water cylinders.
They will then take over the heating of the hot water day and night 365 days of the year. The existing heating system can simply remain in place as a secondary source should you ever need additional generation or any back-up solution.
Thermopod units are frequently fitted with new hot water cylinders.
This can be because there was no cylinder previously installed, or the cylinder was old and needed to be upgraded, or because the customer wants to change from non-pressurized to pressurized.
Thermopod units can be cascaded together to make larger and larger systems.
For commercial applications where larger volume of hot water is required, or where greater heating capacity is needed, then multiple systems can be installed and linked to work together as a single larger system.
The CO2 heat Pumps are Air Source Heat Pump systems, so they take energy from the ambient air and transfer it to a water source.
However the CO2 units work under much higher pressure than standard heat pumps, which is why they can achieve extremely high water temperatures of up to 90 degrees.
Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP’s) absorb heat energy from the outside air. This energy is transferred into your home and used to provide central heating and hot water.
With little maintenance and outstanding thermal efficiencies, these sophisticated, cost-effective and eco friendly heating systems can reduce your heating bills whilst providing and income through the Governments Renewable Heat Incentive that pays the homeowners up to £1,500 per year, for 7 years, for installing these modern renewable technologies.