Water Source Heat Pumps
Water source heat pumps (WSHPs) can operate as open or closed loop systems. An open loop system requires a large body of water such as a river, lake or canal, to directly cycle source water through a heat pump unit to extract heat. Closed loop systems, on the other hand, have a sealed water loop linking to a separate plant, with dual heat pumps meaning they can benefit from being low temperature (or ambient) networks.
Efficiency and Cost
We offer heat pumps which balance efficiency and cost to offer units designed to benefit you during the compliance process and create efficient and low carbon building. Heat pump efficiency is measured as a Coefficient of Performance (COP).
Closed loop Systems and compliance
Dual heat pump systems can benefit projects in areas requiring carbon targets beyond Part L, such as London. Although our solution can be used with your choice of plant, pairing it with a commercial air source heat pump offers high efficiencies and provides commercial benefits to designers.
Our specialist engineers are available to offer you guidance and advice on choosing a heat pump system for your project which is designed around your specification, building requirements, space limitations and budget. We can also offer advice on buffer vessels and cylinders, as well as hydraulic schematics.
If you are looking for an open loop WSHP, we are currently reviewing our existing European range into the UK market. We believe in working with industry to bring a product to market to make sure it meets all necessary requirements. Are you interested in applying this type of system to your project? Contact us to be a part of the discussions.