Water Source Heat Pumps

Our Water Source Heat Pumps use the heat energy from open water to generate renewable heat to provide both hot water and heating for your building. Whether you are close to open water or an enclosed dock or harbour we can design a system to save you energy. Using either an open loop system, where brine water is extracted directly from the sea or a closed loop system where a series of pipes are laid on the bed, a water source heat pump can be used to generate over 4 times the amount of heat available from the sea; enough heat to warm any building from a Grade I listed Mansion House to a modern Multi Store Office development.

Careful consideration needs to be given to the materials used that come into contact with the brine water, but with our experience we can ensure that your system will not only save you energy, but will withstand the rigours of the water source too.

Our water source heat pump services at a glance

  • Low Carbon Technology
  • Highly efficient – Coefficient of Performance of up to 4.5
  • Significant reductions in CO2 emissions
  • Clean operation, no more fossil fuels
  • Proven reliable technology from industry leading manufacturers

The location for the heat pumps at Plas Newydd by Kimpton

Case Studies

Marine Source Heat Pump Plas Newydd
  • Heritage
  • Leisure/Hospitality

Marine Source Heat Pump Plas Newydd

Project Details The Client: The National Trust Customer: The National Trust Service: Marine Source Heat Pump Project Completion: April 2014   The

  • Public Sector

Salford Civic Centre Heat Pumps and system upgrade

Client: RPS Group Project Value: £1.2m Project Manager: Paul Cooper / Mark Farrell Overview The Kimpton team were appointed to update the plant room and heating

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