Air Source Heat Pump
At Empower we ensure our customers receive top-quality customer service and high standard installations to match. With over 14 years’ experience in the electrical engineering sector, our team of specialists know exactly what goes into each project making it different from the rest. Heating pumps utilize less energy than a conventional system would so heating pumps are beneficial for everyone involved and could potentially end up saving you a significant amount of money.
Energy Efficiency And Climate Control In Any Area
Air Source Heat Pumps are one of the most popular forms of energy efficiency heating solutions to consider. ASHPs offer a major step forward in energy efficiency and climate control in any area whether large or small, they utilise free heat from the environment extracting heat from outside temperatures as low as -20 degrees whereas traditional heating system use fossil fuels. Empower Energy offer a wide range of Daikin heat pumps from the standard domestic to the larger commercial units, our partner installers work closely with us to ensure our installations are operational with minimum disruption to our Customers.
Cost Efficient Operation
ASHPs consume much less electricity to produce heat so for example a traditional gas boiler at 96% efficiency, for every unit of cost, you will only produce less than one unit of energy whereas an ASHP will produce 1 in 3 so one unit of cost will produce three units of heat COP (Co efficient of performance).
Daikin Altherma Low Temperature Heat Pump
The new Daikin Altherma LT Split is a low temperature heat pump designed for the highest seasonal efficiencies. So it’s ideal for new build, retrofit and low energy houses.
Save On Running Costs While Optimising Comfort
Daikin Altherma LT Split delivers major energy savings, while maintaining a constantly comfortable room temperature. User friendly smart controls ensure energy efficiency across all seasons, keeping running costs low, without compromising on comfort.
Efficient In Any Climate
The new outdoor unit is designed to withstand even the most severe winter conditions and will operate when the temperature falls to -25°C. So Daikin Altherma Low Temperature Split really is the low temperature heat pump to suit all climates.
Daikin Altherma High Temp Heat Pump air-Water heat pump
The Daikin Altherma high temperature heat pump will provide your home with heating and hot water. It’s an ideal replacement for a traditional boiler as it connects seamlessly to your existing piping and radiators, making it the perfect solution for renovations!
With the Daikin Altherma high temperature heat pump, you enjoy the efficiency of a heat pump without having to replace any of your radiators.
Limited Installation Space
The Daikin Altherma is ideal for heating your hot water without needing an extra electric heater. You can stack the hot water tank on top of the indoor unit.
This heating system makes it easy to replace your existing boiler without having to make any other changes to your existing heating system’s piping.
You can adjust the temperature quickly, easily and conveniently, thanks to the Daikin Altherma’s user interface.
Domestic Hot Water Thermal Store
The Anti-Legionella Hot Water Tank
The structure of the hot water tank ensures optimum water hygiene since the water to be heated is carried in a pipe system. Deposits of sludge, rust, sediments and even the generation of dangerous legionella bacteria which can arise in large volume tanks are not possible.
High Quality water
A Daikin hot water storage tank provides you with hot water at any time, in line with the latest water hygiene requirements.
Reduced Heat Loss
Heat loss is reduced to a minimum thanks to the high quality insulation.
If you combine our water heaters with our thermal solar collectors, you can use the free power of the sun highly effectively.
Heat Pumps Work Like A Refrigerator In Reverse
- 1. Refrigerant in the heat exchanger absorbs heat from the outside air and evaporates.
- 2. Vapour is compressed, thereby increasing pressure and vapour temperature
- 3. Hot vapour is condensed in the 2nd heat exchanger where heat is rejected, which feeds into the central heating and hot water system.
- 4. The liquid refrigerant passes back through an expansion valve, to start the cycle again.