Ener-G introduces absorption heat pumps to replace boilers


Ener-G has joined forces with Italian manufacturer Robur to supply gas absorption heat pump (GAHP) solutions in the UK.

The GAHP system is said to be capable of reducing costs dramatically when converting from traditional boiler technology and significantly improve environmental performance for private- and public-sector organisations as well as domestic users.

These heat pumps extract energy from the outside air and can be powered by natural gas or LPG with a COP of up to 1.65.

Ener-G’s services include free feasibility study, project design, system specification, installation and commissioning, 24-hour help desk, after-sales support, service and maintenance and flexible finance options.

GAHPs can directly replace gas-fired traditional and condensing boilers to deliver hot water in excess of 65°C.

Ener-G’s systems can be bought at a fixed cost with all savings realised immediately or through a rental agreement with costs met through savings in energy.

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