Schwank offers gas-fired heat pumps

Published:  06 October, 2016

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Schwank now offers high-efficiency gas heat pumps to deliver heating and cooling for industrial and commercial buildings. They are available through specialist distributor Oceanair. They are low on CO2 emissions and below the required standard for NOx emissions.

These heat pumps also have the option for a water heat exchanger to be connected to a domestic-hot-water system, DX coil or chilled water for indoor heat exchange.

Steve Sherman, managing director of Schwank UK, explained that this move into gas-powered technology for both heating and cooling is a logical development for the company. He said, ‘Gas heat pumps complement our existing product range and provide new solutions for the HVAC requirements of our customers.’

For more information on this story, click here: October 2016, 103

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