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Segen to stock Panasonic heat pumps

Renewable energy products distributor, Segen, has agreed a deal with Panasonic Heat Pumps to stock the Aquarea High Temperature 9kW and the 12kW air source heat pumps.
Pansonic's Aquarea High Temperature provides output water temperatures of 65°C with the heat pump alone, so targets UK installers looking for a heat pump that operates at high temperatures. Both the 9kW and 12kW units easily connect to existing heating or solar PV systems and are well suited to buildings with traditional high temperature radiators, the company says.

Product manager at Panasonic Heating and Cooling for the UK and Ireland, Paul Aitchison, said: 'We are obviously thrilled to be working with Segen. As one of the UK's leading distributors of renewable energy products, they are in the perfect position to sell our range of Aquarea air to water heat pumps, and we hope that this new partnership yields positive results for all involved.'

The Panasonic Aquarea High Temperature 9kW air source heat pump and the Panasonic Aquarea High Temperature 12kW air source heat pump are available for purchase from the Segen wholesale portal at http://portal.segen.co.uk/Reseller/Reseller/ResellerHome



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29 July 2013

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