Hitachi partners with Freedom Heat Pumps


08 June 2017
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Freedom presenting the Hitachi heat pump range to key customers in Maidenhead
Hitachi Air Conditioning Europe has announced a new partnership with leading heat pump distributor Freedom Heat Pumps, based near Eastleigh in Hampshire. As part of the pre-launch activities, Freedom presented the new Hitachi heat pump range to key customers at an event hosted by Hitachi at its aircadamy training centre in Maidenhead.
Effective from June 2017, the new partnership will provide installers with a place where Hitachi’s new range of MCS approved air to water heat pumps can be supplied alongside full support from Freedom.
High efficiency, high temperature
The new range of heat pumps includes the new Yutaki-SCombi which is an all-in-one, pre-plumbed and pre-wired heat pump and hot water system with exceptional efficiencies and low noise levels. The new range also includes Hitachi’s very high temperature Yutaki-S80 unit which can generate hot water up to 80°C making it suitable for replacing inefficient heating systems. It is also eligible for the UK Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

Designed and built in Europe
Chris Higgs, Sales Director, Freedom Heat Pumps, said: "Having launched last year, the Hitachi units are next generation products, designed and built in the EU and have been tailor-made to suit our market. The impressively wide range means we can now offer solutions for previously impossible installations, which we believe will be of great interest to anyone already installing heat pumps.”

Andy Hooper, Hitachi’s UK Heating Manager, said: “Installers can purchase an industry leading heat pump range from a company that understands heat pumps and takes pride in ensuring that the system is well designed and meets the requirements of the property. Hitachi is delighted to announce Freedom Heat Pumps as a new distributor and together we look forward to many years of providing renewable heating systems to homes across the UK”.

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