Hamworthy introduces new heat pump range 

Hamworthy introduces new heat pump range 

Hamworthy Heating has launched its first ever monobloc air source heat pump range, the Tyneham, which the company says has been designed to meet UK efficiency requirements in commercial applications. 

The move is in line with the latest uplift of Building Regulations’ ‘Conservation of fuel and power: Approved Document L’, which states that non-domestic buildings should be moving to low-carbon heat sources. 

Heat pumps extract heat energy from the environment and upgrade it to heat for central heating and hot water requirements. By taking energy from the air via a refrigerant cycle they generate heat without releasing carbon emissions.  

The company says its new Tyneham heat pump range is one of the smallest commercial heat pumps on the market, featuring a co-efficiency of performance (COP) rating of up to 4.85, to provide efficient, low carbon heating. 

Super seven 

The seven models in the range boast six nominal outputs of between 14 to 70kW, which can also be cascaded to achieve higher outputs in larger installations. Incorporating inverter controller compressor to accurately match the heat demand, RG32 refrigerant also maximises low global warming potential. 

Quiet running and featuring a monobloc design, all components are housed in the main unit which has been designed to be compact and lightweight for ease of commission and installation. 

Available to purchase with variable options such as, flexible hoses, anti-vibration feet, externally mounted control units, and single-phase units, Tyneham air source heat pumps can also be combined with Hamworthy modular boilers for a hybrid heating system. 

Kevin Potter, Hamworthy Regional Sales Manager commented: “With decades of commercial heating experience behind us, we understand the importance and value in finding ecologically efficient solutions, now more than ever. As heat pumps play an important role, we’re proud to be adding our new Tyneham range to our innovative product offering.” 

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