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Daikin and Vent-Axia sign heat pump supply agreement

Daikin UK and Vent-Axia have established a supply agreement to deliver renewable energy heat pump systems, as an extension to Vent-Axia’s already excellent product portfolio.
Daikin and Vent-Axia sign heat pump supply agreement
Ronnie George, managing director of Vent-Axia: adding a low carbon heating solution to the domestic heating and ventilation range

The Daikin Altherma range of renewable energy heating systems will now be available from Vent-Axia, a leading innovator in low-carbon ventilation, bringing Daikin's heating range to an even wider domestic audience.

'The Daikin Altherma range of renewable heating systems provides a natural extension to Vent-Axia's own portfolio of air movement and ventilation solutions. Together we hope to achieve even greater success within the domestic heating market,' said Ronnie George, managing director at Vent-Axia.

'This supply agreement is another important step towards our goal of helping to create a better future for companies and the environment, by providing expertise and innovation in renewable energy solutions,' said Pippa Wibberley, commercial director of heating at Daikin UK.

'Through our supply agreement with Vent-Axia, we are confident the Daikin Altherma range will continue to become even better known as the first choice for installers, developers and their customers.'

The Daikin Altherma product range, available from Vent-Axia, will feature a selection of air source heat pumps including single and three-phase split systems from 6-16kW. All split systems comprise separate indoor and outdoor units, with the indoor units available as either heating only or heating and cooling options.

Vent-Axia will also offer a monobloc version, in which all the hydraulic parts are located within the outdoor unit of the air source heat pump. In this system the water pipes, rather than refrigerant lines, run indoors from the outdoor unit, making installation much quicker and easier for the domestic installer. The monobloc unit is available in both single and three-phase from 11-16kW.

A high temperature air source heat pump completes the range available from Vent-Axia. Available in single and three-phase from 11-16kW, the unit features cascade technology that can heat water temperature up to 80°C without needing an electric heater to boost the temperature. The high temperature system is capable of delivering heating and hot water, as a direct replacement for a traditional boiler, without the expense of changing the existing radiators.

The move seems to make lots of sense for Vent-Axia.
It gives the company virtually a whole house heating and ventilation solution. As houses become tighter, ventilation becomes a necessity.

The air source heat pump adds a low carbon renewable solution to its heating range while the company's traditional products fit well into the new build, social housing and domestic refurbishment sector.
Further, Vent-Axia is already talking to specifiers in the domestic arena and the Altherma product range will be timely addition.
28 May 2010


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