Toshiba joined forces with Cornwall New Energy at a recent industry event to highlight the benefits of using air source heat pumps for low carbon, renewable heating for businesses and homes.
Cornwall New Energy, funded by the European Regional Development Fund, organised the event for business leaders, engineers and managers at The Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre at Treliske, near Truro. Delegates included representatives from universities, architect practices, a local brewery, property management companies, consultants and building companies.
The Uflex wet underfloor heating range is designed to partner with heat pumps. Here Grant UK managing director Paul Wakefield guides us through an installation.
Grant UK’s wet underfloor heating range comprises of two systems – Uflex and Uflex MINI. Designed to partner effectively with renewable technologies, this underfloor heating solution complements and works alongside existing product ranges. Both systems are highly effective, easy to install and use the same manifolds. In this step by step we are looking at the Uflex MINI system.
The new air source units claim an A+++ energy rating at low temperatures such as 35°C or 45°C (new ErP labelling from September 2019).
All models are monobloc in design, single phase, DC inverter driven, have built-in weather compensation and base tray heating element. Each is also available as a pack consisting of the R32 heat pump and its key accessories.
They are available with a guarantee of up to 7 years (subject to full T&Cs and status).
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