Baxi Commercial offers heat pumps for DHW and space heating

Baxi Commercial, renewable energy, heat pump, space heating, DHW

Andrews Water Heaters and Potterton Commercial, both part of Baxi Commercial Division, offer an extensive range of LZC (low- to zero-carbon) products that can be integrated with more tradition plant-room equipment such as direct-fire water heaters and boilers to reduce running costs and carbon emissions for commercial buildings.

The Ambiflow air-to-water heat pump (pictured left) from Andrews can be used to preheat mains water to support gas-fired water heaters used to produce domestic hot water.

These units are installed outdoors in a weatherproof steel case. There are two units with outputs of 16 and 20 kW. They achieve a COP of 3.2 with air at 2°C and water at 35°C.

Complementing Potterton Commercial’s range of condensing boilers is the Geoflo ground-source heat pump (pictured right), with an output of 21.3 kW and a COP of 4.7. They are well suited to underfloor heating.

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