Commercial heat pumps from Danfoss

Danfoss, heat pumps, space heating, renewable energy

Danfoss has launched a range of commercial air- and ground-source heat pumps in the UK. There are two air-source models and a ground-source unit, all of which can be cascaded in a master-and-slave arrangement of up to eight units delivering up to 210 kW of heat. All three units have low noise levels.

One of the air-source heat pumps can continuously deliver water at up to 65°C and is available with a heating capacity of 22 to 105 kW.

The ground-source unit offers combined cooling, hot water and passive cooling for large premises. It is available with heating and cooling capacities from 60 to 210 kW.

Danfoss has a recommended network of approved installers throughout the UK, which is supported with system design, technical support and training.

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