Air Conditioning

Providing 4kW of heat using only 1kW saving money on energy bills

Because refrigerant is naturally much colder than outdoor temperatures even on a very cold day, it absorbs heat from outdoors, and transfers the heat its absorbed outside to within the building. The refrigerant’s physical properties do this naturally. What you pay for is the electricity to pump refrigerant via copper tubing from outdoors to indoors. Heat pumps move the heat rather than burn fuels to create it, and as a result delivers up to 4 times the heat for the energy consumed, for example, 1kW of electricity will transfer 4kW of heat into a room.

Providing cooling when it’s warm.

Come spring or summer on cooling mode, the heat pump simply reverses the process and draws heat from indoors and expels it outside. For our climate, the heat pump technology in these air conditioning units creates a far more cost effective alternative to gas or oil-fired units for heat, or a ducted air conditioning.

Due to the Energy Efficiency the Government has a reduced rate of VAT @5% for residential non commercial premises