Two Panasonic Aquarea T-Cap air to water heat pumps have helped to create an eco-friendly self-build dream home for a Cambridgeshire family.
Vincent and Jacqueline Haines wanted a reliable and renewable heating source to connect to two floors of underfloor heating for the 570sq ft Georgian-style property, in addition to a cost-effective supply of hot water for the kitchen and bathrooms.
The new Toshiba ESTÍA monobloc air-to-water heat pump
Toshiba says its new ESTÍA monobloc air-to-water heat pump offers simple installation and best-in-class heating performance in low ambient air temperatures down to -20degC.
All hydraulic components are contained within a compact outdoor enclosure. It requires no refrigerant pipework connections, and the manufacturer says it can be quickly and easily installed by non-F-Gas registered technicians.
Toshiba has launched the fifth generation of its ESTÍA air-to-water heat pump, designed to deliver energy efficient, low cost heating and cooling for homes and small commercial properties.
The ESTÍA range claims best-in-class Coefficient of Performance (COP) of 4.90 at an air temperature of +7°C and 3.01 at -7°C, setting a new benchmark for heat pumps of this type. It is available as a split system from 4 to 16kW and monobloc from 16 to 21kW and has an efficiency rating of A++ for space and combination heating.