Apartment / Office Blocks

– Existing Apartment Blocks
– New build apartment blocks
– Office buildings

Schools, Office Buildings, Car Showrooms

– Car showrooms
– Schools

Large Hotels, Guest Houses, Leisure Centres

– Large Hotels
– Guest houses and B&B
– Leisure Centres
– Pig Farms

Heating solution for large applications

Applications with large heat losses require high performance of heating sources. The higher the heat consumption equals bigger savings on heating costs. We are completing high performance projects by connecting heat pumps in a cascade manner. The advantage of this solution is very high reliability and high efficiency. This is done by using high quality components which are proven and tested in thousands of installations. A very important factor for large applications are our superior regulation and controls.

We currently install cascade heat pumps in leisure centres, hotels, nursing homes, residential buildings. All these installations have dramatic heat demands and we have been saving large amounts of heating expenditure without fail. Applications of several hundred kilowatts of installed heating power is not exception.

We have large experience within the industry, particularly in agriculture. For example, we have implemented our cascade systems in 15 pig farms throughout Ireland and NI, combined total output of over 4 MW. A number of leisure centres retrofitted with AC Heating systems are achieving up to 90% running cost savings.

Large applications with cascades of heat pumps are very demanding on the project design and require greater competence of supplying companies and particularly experience . We have that !




Revamped Showroom

We are happy to Introduce our newly revamped showroom.

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Historic Wexford guesthouse switches to air source heat pumps

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Energy Show 2015

The Energy Show is a FREE to attend business only event. We have a full schedule of free events happening at the Energy Show 2015.

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