This is a photograph from one of our on-site projects where Mitsubishi Qton CO2 (R744) heat pumps have been specified to generate domestic hot water for a commercial shower facility comprising 22 showers.
The application of this low-carbon technology has significantly increased the sustainability of this high-spec facility. The heat pumps offer a seasonal coefficient of 4.7 which when compared to alternative solutions results in a significant reduction of kg/CO2 per annum for DHW generation.
FHP Engineering Services Solutions are regularly preparing decarbonisation plans for existing buildings that explore the viability of retrofitting heat pump technology. The use of heat pumps will continue to grow exponentially as the electrification of heat is explored in order to decarbonise buildings.