New commercial heat pump resources from Ideal Heating include CIBSE-accredited CPD

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Ideal Heating – Commercial Products has released a range of new resources to assist people and organisations in their quest to transition to low carbon heat pumps.

These include the new CIBSE accredited Heat Pumps – Technology and Principles CPD, the ‘Roadmap to Decarbonisation – Planning Your Journey’ white paper and a brochure on Ideal Heating’s own ECOMOD range of commercial heat pumps.

The new CIBSE-accredited CPD introduces the technology and principles underpinning the mechanics and operation of heat pumps in commercial applications, such as thermodynamics, refrigerants, and efficiency. It looks at the different types of heat pumps available, along with their strengths and weaknesses, comparing to traditional gas boilers and hybrid systems.

It helps installers and specifiers understand the importance of sizing heat pumps through correct specification, sizing and heat loss calculations. Market drivers, such as industry bodies and regulations, are also addressed.

The hour-long Heat Pumps – Technology and Principles CPD can be delivered online or in person, either at a customer’s premises or at one of Ideal Heating’s Centres of Excellence in Hull and Leeds. Visit www.idealcommercialboilers.com/cpd-courses to book.

‘Roadmap to Decarbonisation – Planning Your Journey’ is Ideal Heating’s latest white paper and provides readers with an overview of the Government’s current net zero strategy in relation to heating and why heat pumps are fundamental to this. It addresses the challenges faced in the journey to decarbonising heating, from public mistrust in heat pumps and the lack of trained installers, to comparatively high costs when compared to gas boilers. It is available to download from

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