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Hot Water Cylinder with built in Heatpump

  • 03-08-2022 10:01am
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    Hi,

    A bit torn on whether Renewables or Heating and Plumbing is the best place for this one...

    I am looking at changing up my hot water heating system a bit to make it more efficient. I have seen quite a few stainless steel hot water cylinders with a built in heat pump on top of them - the idea being that you feed the heat pump with warm-ish air and ~800W of electrical power and it converts this into approx 3kW of heating energy (like a 3kW immersion). It all sounds great.

    Does anybody here have experience of these? How well do/are they working?

    Thanks,

    Mike



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