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Calorex opens Heat Pump Technology Centre

Calorex Heat Pumps has opened a Heat Pump Technology Centre at its Maldon, Essex headquarters. Equipped with ground and air source systems, the centre provides an overview of heat pump technology and its application to buildings.
Calorex opens Heat Pump Technology Centre
Calorex has 30 years of experience of making and fitting heat pumps of all kinds and the technology centre provides a forum to pass this experience on.

Specifiers and end users can discuss possible projects from an early stage with Calorex staff and understand how heat pump systems can be designed to deliver their full potential savings.

Contractors can be trained on installation and system design using the ground and air source machines in the centre.

The centre also offers a new skill to the installers of heat pumps and the heating systems the heat pump serves. Installers and designers need to have a new design and fitting approach and the new centre will provide both hands on and theoretical training to meet this need.

Calorex is now seeing groups of visitors from all disciplines, in social housing and in private construction, looking at the technical and operating issues of heat pump technology.

Richard Carrington, managing director, speaking at the opening, summed up the importance of the new centre.

'During the last two years we have seen attitudes to heat pumps changing from 'what are heat pumps?' through to ' how can heat pumps work on my project?'.

'This new centre will, under one roof, bring together all the knowledge and experience that we have gathered over thirty years and bring it to bear on ensuring the success of this vital technology.'
4 November 2008


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