What is a heat pump?
free heat from the air

How does it work?

air source heat pump

A heat pump system works like a refrigerator, but in reverse. A fridge chills the internal space by extracting the heat and expelling it via the coils at the back of the fridge.

Reversing this process, a heat pump absorbs heat from the outside air. This heat is concentrated via a cycle of evaporation and compression, then transferred into your home’s central heating and hot water system.

A Daikin Altherma air-to-water heat pump generates up to 70% of heat free from the air - and it’s reliable even when the temperature outside is down to -20°C.

What does the system include?

Daikin Altherma

Daikin Altherma LT and HT Split heat pumps consist of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit plus a hot water cylinder. The heat pump has its own controller, which can also be used as a room thermostat to improve system efficiencies.

The installation is flexible and is designed to suit the majority of requirements.