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CASE STUDY: AirGO Heat Pump
Victorian (1900s) Home with Attic Insulation & Double Glazed Windows - 250m2 space
- The client was using LPG heating through traditional radiators but needed to reduce bills at the same time as increasing comfort levels in the home.
- Installation space was limited and located directly beside the sea.
- Aesthetics were also important due to the classical era of the building.
Solution - AirGo Heat Pump:
- The evaporator could be mounted on the roof and would not affected by salt corrosion.
- The roof mount was invisible on the ground so there was no visual impact.
- The AirGo System bolted on to the existing system with minimum disruption.
- System maintains the house temperature at 19.5 degrees Celsius all day and night.
- Measured cost for space heating for 1 year was €1,500 ex VAT.
- Client is delighted with the increased comfort provided at a low price.
About the AirGo Heat Pump:
The AirGo Heat Pump is a unique hybrid incorporating the best aspects of Air to Water and Geo Thermal heat pumps in one affordable unit. Using direct exchange heat pump technology the AirGo is unique in providing high efficiency heating even in the toughest of installation scenarios.
- It is the only air based heat pump that can be installed in seaside locations as resistant to salt corrosion.
- No fan is required to move air over the evaporator – natural air flow is enough.
- The compressor is the only moving part.
- Can be mounted on roofs, walls and in gardens.
- Incorporates Air and Geo Thermal heat sources ensuring optimum performance in the toughest of climates.