A w rld of low-carbon heating

A w rld of low-carbon heating
A w rld of low-carbon heating
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Contents
Contents
4-5
Introduction
6-7 It’s time to rethink the way we heat
our homes
8-9 A world of renewable energy expertise
10-11A closer look at Air Source Heat Pumps
12-13 One solution, multiple applications
14-15Introducing Dimplex Air-Eau
16-17
The performance characteristics
of Dimplex Air-Eau
18-19Dimplex Air-Eau: The packages
20 LA MS Air Source Heat Pumps
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LA PMS Medium Temperature
Air Source Heat Pumps
22-23
The performance characteristics
of LA MS and LA PMS
24-25
LA MS and LA PMS: The packages
26-27
Dimplex EC-Eau stainless-steel
hot water cylinders
28-29
SmartRad wall-mounted fan convectors
30-31
Technical specifications
32-33
Schematics
34-35
Frequently Asked Questions
36-37
Install with confidence
Install with Dimplex
38-39
The Dimplex world of renewables
Contents
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Introduction
Energy-efficient
heating solutions from an
established world leader
With an unmatched reputation for quality, reliability and innovation,
the Dimplex name is well known by home owners and the public and
private sectors. Today, the brand is synonymous with energy saving
products and a commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.
Renewable technologies such as air
source heat pumps are not necessarily
new, but expertise in the UK of how to
most practically and efficiently apply
them is – especially where multiple
technologies need to be employed to
meet increasingly demanding building
energy targets.
For Dimplex, there’s nothing new about
renewables. We have been producing
innovative heat pumps for over 30 years
and our low carbon solutions are already
operating efficiently in schools, offices
and homes.
In fact, Dimplex now offers the widest
range of heat pumps available in the UK,
plus a suite of complementary products
dedicated to energy-efficient space and
water heating. This, combined with our
expertise in product design, research
and development, plus the backing of a
name you already know and trust, helps
to ensure that we can offer you a tailored
solution to meet your specific needs.
We have solutions for a wide variety of
heating requirements. So take a closer
look and see how we might be able to
help you now.
Discover
our world
of
renewable
products
for
a low-carb
on future.
Introduction
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It’s time to rethink the
way we heat our homes
The need to reduce CO2 emissions and find more efficient energy sources
has never been higher on the social and political agenda.
Reason 1:
The environment
Reason 2:
The legislation
It’s widely accepted that CO2 emissions
from human activities are closely linked
to global warming. With the energy
used in buildings responsible for nearly
50% of the UK’s carbon burden, it’s
imperative that we take steps to reduce
the long-term energy and carbon impact
of our buildings on the environment.
Increasingly, legislation is forcing
homeowners and housebuilders to
ensure their homes are as energy
efficient as possible. As part of EU-wide
action, the UK has committed to source
15% of its energy from renewable
sources by 2020. Building-integrated
renewable technologies, such as
heat pumps, solar hot water solutions
and solar electricity, will all play an
important role in achieving this target.
In fact, almost a quarter of the UK’s CO2
emissions come from heating, lighting
and running appliances in our homes.
80% of this is attributed to our space
heating and hot water alone. Clearly, we
must find alternative and more efficient
means of heating our homes and water.
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With the introduction of standards
such as the Code for Sustainable
Homes (CfSH), implemented in April
2007, designers and specifiers are
being increasingly encouraged to
include multiple integrated renewable
technologies into new build property
designs to provide low carbon heating,
hot water and electrical power.
UK carbon
emissions
by sector
UK household UK CO2 reduction target trajectory
energy
UK Net carbon account projection 1990-2022
consumption
Business 31%
Domestic 24%
Transport
24%
Agriculture 8%
Public 4%
Waste
Management 4%
Industrial 3%
Exports
2%
Space Heating 60%
Hot Water
24%
Cold Appliances 3%
Consumer
Electronics 3%
Cooking 3%
Lighting 3%
Wet Appliances 2%
Miscellaneous 2%
The environment and legislation
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700
Kyoto target
(2008 – 12)*
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Budget 1
Carbon
Budget 2
Carbon
Budget 3
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2022
Million tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent
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*Kyoto target is measured against the 1990 base year of 779.9 MtCO2e
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greener, compliant
and cost-effective
heat – without
compromising on
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system performanc
Reason 3:
The cost
As natural fuel sources become
increasingly restricted, gas and oil costs
will continue to rise. We are all concerned
about reducing our energy bills – not least,
those of us who live in areas of the UK off
the gas grid. Continuing to use oil or LPG
will only become more costly, so finding
more cost-effective and efficient means of
providing and using energy is paramount.
With the introduction of government
financial incentives to help individuals
invest in their home energy-efficiency
improvements, the demand for buildingintegrated renewable technologies is
on the rise.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
will come into force in Autumn 2012,
rewarding householders for every
unit of renewable heat produced. In
the meantime, the Renewable Heat
Premium Payment Scheme (RHPP)
provides a grant of £850 for properties
off the gas grid fitting an air source heat
pump. As well as rewarding you for
‘going green’, the RHI and RHPP will
help reduce the national dependence on
limited natural fuel sources, bring your
heating bills down and help eradicate
the risk to you of future price rises.
Whether for environmental,
legislative or financial reasons,
finding a more energy-efficient
way to heat our homes is now
a priority.
The good news is you can get greener,
compliant and cost-effective heat
– without compromising on system
performance. Innovative heating products
from Dimplex Renewables make clever
use of the energy around us, converting
the freely available heat in the ground, the
air and the sun into efficient heating and
hot water for our homes – even when air
temperatures drop to as low as -20ºC.
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A world of
renewable energy expertise
Renewable technologies may not be a new thing, but expertise in the
UK of how to most practically and efficiently apply them is – especially
where multiple technologies need to be employed to meet increasingly
demanding building targets.
A policy of
continuous investment
Systems to suit
every requirement
At Dimplex, we appreciate and
understand this need – which is
why we have a policy of continuous
investment in product development,
and an ongoing programme of
research and development (R&D).
Our investment in developing
products that constantly set new
standards ensures we remain
at the forefront of innovation.
Through our extensive range of
renewable systems, we offer solutions
which are ideally suited to the UK
housing market – everything from retrofit
in detached rural homes and older
properties, to new-build, modern city
apartments and affordable housing.
One of the widest ranges
from a single manufacturer
Working with expert installers,
housing developers, housing
associations, consulting specifiers
and local authorities, our experienced
technical sales and in-house design
team ensure that we deliver the most
effective renewable technologies for
your individual requirements.
We have one of the widest ranges
of building-integrated renewables
available from a single manufacturer
in the UK today. Every component is
designed for optimal performance and
efficiency, and all our products can
integrate seamlessly to work together
as a package, creating a highly energyefficient home heating system.
The most effective
renewable technologies
A recognised name you
already know and trust
We have more than 30 years’
experience in manufacturing
high-quality, high-efficiency heat
pump systems. This backed up by
a recognised name you already
know and trust helps ensure we
can bring you tailored renewable
energy solutions to meet your
specific needs.
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Expertise
Our investment in
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developing product
new
that constantly set
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standards ensures
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remain at the forefro
of innovation.
Our products,
your benefits
When you choose a Dimplex heat pump, you get so much more...
Tried and tested technology
Full design service
All Dimplex products are designed
to meet the latest international
performance and safety standards,
and are subjected to rigorous testing
and evaluation using state-of-the-art
facilities that recreate challenging
environments to ensure our products
perform – every time.
Our in-house design team can provide
detailed plans for the application of
renewable technologies specific to an
individual property. These include full
heat loss calculations, energy saving
estimates, plus a complete product
and accessory specification.
Standard Assessment
Procedure (SAP)
Appendix Q listed 1
As SAP Appendix Q listed products, our
ground and air source heat pumps can
help achieve higher SAP ratings within
a dwelling by including their measured
performance data in SAP calculations
rather than default values for heat pumps.
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Customer service
Wide distribution network
Three-year warranty
When you choose Dimplex
Renewables, you have the support
of our experienced customer service
team, as well as backup provided by
our specialist service engineers.
Our wide distribution network utilises
our national and regional partners to
ensure full product availability through
national and independent installers
and distributors.
All our renewable energy products have
the benefit of a three-year warranty,
ensuring their continued performance
and quality.
ACCREDITED
INSTALLER
Nationwide installer training
We operate a nationwide Accredited
Installer Programme and only supply
our systems through accredited
installers, ensuring our installations
are delivered to the highest possible
standards to maximise energy savings.
Microgeneration Certification
Scheme (MCS) approved
At Dimplex, we offer a wide range of
ground and air source heat pumps that
are MCS certified, as well as a network
of MCS-certified installers, ensuring
RHI eligibility and the quality and
performance of our units.
All Dimple
x products
are desig
ned to me
et
the latest
internation
al
performan
ce and
safety sta
ndards.
1. Dependent on model
Benefits
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A closer look at
Air Source Heat Pumps
Dimplex air source heat pumps use the latent heat in the outside air to
heat your home and provide hot water. As air is abundantly available
around us, air source heat pumps have the advantage of low installation
costs and minimal space requirements.
How do they work?
How are they used?
Air source heat pumps are able to produce more energy than they consume.
By using the same technology employed in your refrigerator, the heat pump absorbs
heat from the outside air and raises it to a level suitable for heating. The heat pump
is made up of 4 main components that carry out this vapour compression cycle to
produce the energy to heat your home and hot water.
The design and low noise output of
Dimplex air source heat pumps means
they’re ideal for outdoor installation.
The heat generated can be used for
underfloor heating systems or radiators,
or to provide readily available hot water
in your home. And they’re the ideal
partner for our SmartRad range of
wall-mounted fan convectors, providing
controllable, responsive and energyefficient heating.
1.
Energy from the outside air is
transferred to the liquid refrigerant
that is circulated through the
evaporator. As the refrigerant is
much cooler than the air, heat
is transferred from the air to the
refrigerant causing the refrigerant to
change state from liquid to gas.
3.The compressed hot gas is now drawn
into the heat exchanger (condenser)
where it is surrounded by the water
from the property’s heating system.
As the gas is much hotter than the
water, the gas gives up its heat to the
water and condenses back into liquid
form, but still at a high pressure.
2.The heated refrigerant gas is then
compressed by the electrically
driven compressor, which reduces
its volume but increases its
temperature significantly.
4.The cooler liquid refrigerant then
passes through an expansion
valve which reduces the pressure.
The liquid refrigerant is now able
to absorb heat from the external air,
allowing the cycle to begin again.
evaporator and the cycle starts again.
The process is simple,
effective and renewable –
which means it’s as good
for the environment as
it is for our pockets.
COMPRESSOR
2
EVAPORATOR
Outside Air
1
HEAT
PUMP
4
EXPANSION
VALVE
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Air Source Heat Pumps
3
CONDENSER
Internal
Heating
Air source heat
pumps have the
advantage of low
installation costs
and minimal space
requirements.
With a Co
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Dimplex a ng of 3,
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nal boilers
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Get more out than you put in
Heat pump efficiency is measured by the
Coefficient of Performance (CoP), which
is the ratio between the amount of heat
delivered and the electrical power consumed
by the compressor.
With conventional boilers, 1 unit of input
energy provides less than 1 unit of output
heat. But with a Dimplex air source heat
pump, the conversion of renewable heat into
useable energy means that for every unit of
electrical input energy, 3 – 4 units of heat
output are produced by the heat pump.
Low temperature renewable
heat energy recovered from
the environment
2kWh
Benefits summary:
• Up to 50% reduction in
CO2 emissions
• 30-50% saving on running
costs (depending on your
current heating fuel)
1kWh
3kWh
HEAT
PUMP
Electrical
power in
High
temperature
heat output
The amount of heat output produced for every unit of input
energy (ie the CoP) varies continually dependent on a number
of factors – including the outside air temperature and the type
of heating system – however, under optimum conditions this
can be as high as 4.5 or more at certain times of the year, while
a well designed system should achieve an average CoP over
the year of above 3 when combined for heating and hot water.
• Helps to achieve Code for
Sustainable Homes ratings
• Easy to install –
self-contained unit
• No gas supply, flues or
ventilation required
• Low maintenance – no annual
safety inspection required
A Dimplex air source heat pump has the potential to reduce your home’s CO2 emissions by up to 50%
and offer a 30% saving on running costs, when compared to traditional means of domestic heating.
CO2 emissions per year
for a 4 bedroom house (kgCO2/yr)
Annual heating and hot water costs
for a 4 bedroom house (£)
7000
2000.00
1800.00
6000
1600.00
5000
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4000
1200.00
1000.00
3000
800.00
600.00
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400.00
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0
200.00
Gas boiler
92% efficient
LPG boiler
91% efficient
Oil boiler
86% efficient
Heat Pump
CoP 3.4
Heat Pump
CoP 3.9
HP performance based on EN15316 SPF calculation for heating and domestic hot water.
Heating and hot water demand based on information published by DECC (RHI consultation).
Energy costs based on British Gas dual fuel tariff, August 2011 and industry figures for oil and lpg.
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Gas boiler
92% efficient
LPG boiler
91% efficient
Oil boiler
86% efficient
Heat Pump
CoP 3.4
Heat Pump
CoP 3.9
Air Source Heat Pumps
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One solution,
multiple applications
Heat pumps provide an effective low carbon energy solution for so many
applications. Whether you’re a homeowner or a self builder, buying a
new home, embarking on a refurbishment project or simply looking
for alternative fuel sources to reduce your heating bills, air source heat
pumps are the ideal choice.
Homeowners
New build developments
Social housing
• With heating bills continuing to rise,
heat pumps can provide significant
annual savings compared to oil
or LPG.
• Offering up to 50% CO2 savings over
fossil-fuelled systems, heat pumps
help towards Building Regulations
Part L compliance.
• Heat pumps reduce running costs
and, therefore, fuel poverty –
especially in off gas-grid areas.
• The new Renewable Heat
Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme
provides a grant of £850 towards
installation, plus likely inclusion in
the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
scheme from October 2012* which
will reward you with an ongoing
payment for ‘going green’.
• This also helps towards compliance
with the Code for Sustainable
Homes (CfSH) which calls for
enhanced improvements in CO2
emission reduction.
Self builders
• Heat pumps produce up to 50% less
CO2 than gas boilers, therefore
helping to make a significant
contribution towards Building
Regulations Part L compliance
(the conservation of fuel and power).
• As a formally accepted ‘renewable’
technology, heat pumps meet
Planning Policy Statement 22 (PPS
22) which requires local planning
authorities to incorporate renewable
energy in new buildings.
• They offer significant CO2 emissions
savings over other fuels, aiding
compliance with CfSH.
• You’ll be eligible for funding under
the RHPP and to receive ongoing
support from the RHI.*
• There are no mandatory service,
safety or maintenance requirements.
• Heat pumps will also make a
significant contribution to high
Energy Performance Certificate
(EPC) scores.
• A high contributor of renewable
energy, heat pumps help ease
planning consent while significantly
lowering home energy bills.
• As heat pumps only require
electrical infrastructure, they’re
ideal for off gas-grid areas.
• You’ll be eligible for funding under
the RHPP and to receive ongoing
support from the RHI.*
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Applications
e
Heat pumps provid
an effective low
carbon energy
solution for so many
applications.
* From October 2012, subject to Government confirmation of eligibility criteria.
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1. Air source heat pump
Located outside the property, the air
source heat pump is quiet and extracts
heat from the ambient air – whatever
the weather. Dimplex heat pumps are
compact, self-contained units, with
all the refrigeration components fully
integrated. This means only water
connections are required between
the heat pump and the building.
2.Underfloor heating
Underfloor heating is generally
regarded as a good complement to
heat pumps, as heat is emitted over
a large surface area. This allows the
water temperatures from the heat
pump to be minimised, so optimising
the efficiency and performance of
the system.
3.SmartRads
SmartRads are ideal for use with heat
pumps either instead of, or alongside,
underfloor heating. They are designed
to work at low flow temperatures to
optimise heat pump efficiency. But
being wall mounted, they can be
easily retrofitted to existing properties,
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or where underfloor heating isn’t
practical or cost effective. Containing just
5% of the water volume of conventional
radiators, they heat up quickly and are
extremely controllable, helping to save
on running costs and CO2 emissions.
Plus they’re available in a choice of
styles, including glass-fronted versions.
6. Domestic hot water
4.Radiators
7. Solar thermal panels
The hot water system is completely
pressurised, resulting in fast-filling
baths, invigorating showers and
plentiful, powerful hot water to
multiple points around the home,
simultaneously.
Dimplex heat pumps may be used with
conventional radiators. But note, this may
not be as efficient and the radiator sizing
differs from that for fossil fuel systems.
We recommend a flow temperature of
45-50ºC to operate with our heat pumps –
which may require an oversized radiator.
See your manufacturer’s temperature
table for guidance.
The perfect complement to heat
pumps, our solar thermal panels
are a cost-effective approach
to energy and carbon saving.
They use abundantly available,
free solar energy to work alongside
the heat pump as a way to heat the
hot water cylinder, further reducing
running costs.
5. Hot water cylinder
8.Solar PV panels
Dimplex EC-Eau cylinders are
designed to operate seamlessly with
our heat pumps for an efficient and
environmentally-friendly way to meet
the home’s domestic hot water needs.
The cylinders are highly insulated and
use a large heat exchanger to maximise
the transfer of heat generated by the
heat pump to the stored water.
Solar PV panels produce electricity
from daylight and are an excellent
companion to a heat pump system
– which runs on electricity. Solar PV
installations benefit from the Feed-in
Tariff. Additionally, the electricity they
produce can be used effectively to
help reduce the running costs of a
heat pump system.
Systems
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Introducing
Dimplex Air-Eau
Dimplex Air-Eau is our exciting new range of inverter-driven air source heat
pumps designed to match output to varying heating demand. With achievable
CoPs of up to 4.7, Air-Eau provides one of the most advanced, efficient and
high-performance air source heat pump ranges on the market.
Best-in-class
efficiency
Inverter driven
Variable flow
temperature
Easy
installation
Low noise
levels
Domestic
hot water
SUITABLE FOR:
• Replacing oil/LPG systems in
larger private homes (attracts
RHP grant payment)
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Air-Eau
• Social housing refurbishment
projects, tackling fuel poverty
• New build developments,
reducing CO2 emissions
towards CfSH ratings
LA 16 MI
LA 12 MI
LA 9 MI
LA 6 MI
FEATURES
• Available in four model options –
6, 9, 12 and 16kW outputs – to suit
your individual requirements
• Superior efficiency performance,
with CoPs of up to 4.7
• Inverter-driven compressor able
to maintain heating output levels
– even at low air temperatures –
and modulate output to maximise
efficiency
• ‘Monobloc’ heat pump unit,
with integrated heating system
components built in for ease of
installation:
-C
irculation pump
-E
xpansion vessel
-S
afety group
-B
ackup immersion
• Supplied complete with heat
pump programmer
• Variable water flow temperatures
between 35 and 55ºC to optimise
space heating comfort, with weathercompensated flow temperature
control to improve efficiency
• Designed to work efficiently
with underfloor heating, Dimplex
SmartRad or conventional radiators
• Ideal for use in conjunction with a
Dimplex EC-Eau heat pump-ready
cylinder to produce domestic
hot water
• Low noise levels and ‘Night Mode’ for
extra low noise night-time operation
• Easy access to electrical and
plumbing connections for ease
of installation
See page 30 for technical specifications.
Air-Eau
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The performance
characteristics of
Dimplex Air-Eau
Air-Eau uses an inverter-driven compressor. This effectively modulates the heat
pump output to match heating demand, enabling the heat pump output to stay
constant – even at very cold outdoor temperatures. When air temperatures
are warmer and heating demand falls, the heat pump output is reduced,
maximising Air-Eau’s efficiency (CoP).
Best-in-class efficiency
Inverter driven
Variable flow temperature
Dimplex Air-Eau boasts impressive
levels of efficiency, achieving CoPs of
up to 4.7 in typical operating conditions,
which can mean a significant reduction
in running costs and CO2 emissions.
In fact, across the range of models,
output water temperatures and
ambient conditions, Dimplex Air-Eau
heat pumps exhibit best-in-class
performance for efficient heating
and hot water production.
At the heart of Air-Eau is a variablespeed, inverter-driven compressor.
This modulates the heat pump output
to ensure it closely matches the heating
requirements of the building as ambient
temperatures change.
Weather-compensated water flow
temperatures from the Air-Eau heat
pump help to further maximise
the system’s efficiency. Weather
compensation adjusts the heating
water temperature from the heat
pump based on the ambient outside
temperature. So, as heat demand falls,
lower flow temperatures can be used
to achieve the same levels of comfort
– while maximising the heat pump’s
efficiency. This can lead to up to 30%
energy consumption over the course
of a year, compared to running at fixed
flow temperatures.
The benefits of this are illustrated in the
example here, in which a 12kW heat
pump is able to provide the full heating
demand at -5ºC. As the outside air
temperature increases, the building’s
heat demand falls, so reducing the
required output from the heat pump.
The compressor power is reduced and
the efficiency (CoP) increases.
Additionally, all Air-Eau inverter-driven
heat pumps have low starting currents.
Compressor power is gradually
increased ensuring that starting loads
are not a burden on the electrical
network infrastructure.
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7
10
6
5
2
1
16
Column 3 total:
8kW
7.9kW
-15 -10
6.4kW
4
55ºC*
0
-20
Column 2 total:
10kW
6
35ºC*
2
-5
0
5
10 15
Air inlet temperature (ºC)
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Air-Eau performance characteristics
25
0
Column 1 total:
12kW
9.2kW
8
4
3
Max output
Required
output
(building heat
demand falling)
2.8kW
1.6kW
CoP = 4.23 CoP = 4.67 CoP = 4.89
Electrical energy
Free heat from the air
45.00
CoP=3.2
10.00
CoP=4.5
8.00
40.00
CoP=4.6
35.00
CoP=4.7
6.00
30.00
CoP=4.8
4.00
0
25.00
Heat load kW
CoP
2.00
2.1kW
50.00
CoP=2.3
-3
2
7
CoP=5
20.00
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External temperature (C)
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15.00
Flow temperature (C)
Coefficient of Performance (incl. power input to pump)
Heat pump output (kW)
CoP improves further during part load operation
kW
55.00
CoP=1.9
Dimplex
Air-Eau’s ‘monobloc’
configuration provid
es
the ultimate plumband-go solution.
Easy installation
Low noise levels
Domestic hot water
Dimplex Air-Eau’s ‘monobloc’
configuration provides the ultimate
plumb-and-go solution, since it
combines all the main system and
hydraulic components in a single
outdoor unit. This means only the hot
water cylinder and control valves are
required. Water pipes, rather than
refrigerant lines, connect the heat
pump to the building, allowing for
speedy installation – and no need
for refrigerant-handling expertise.
Sound emissions from air source
heat pumps are a sensitive subject
and keeping these to a minimum is
an important consideration for any
installation. Dimplex Air-Eau models
have extremely low sound levels at
distance, typically as low as 50dB(A)
at 1 metre. What’s more, Air-Eau
heat pumps feature an innovative
‘Night Mode’; this allows you to
program the heat pump output to be
lowered during the night, reducing
sound emissions even further.
Dimplex Air-Eau heat pumps are an ideal
choice for providing domestic hot water
as part of the whole house solution.
The integrated heat pump controller
provides full programming flexibility over
hot water production. When paired with
a Dimplex EC-Eau heat pump cylinder,
Dimplex Air-Eau offers an efficient
and environmentally-friendly way to
meet your home’s domestic hot water
needs. The heat pump and cylinders are
optimally matched using a large surface
area heat exchanger; this maximises the
transfer of heat generated by the heat
pump to the stored water. And because
the hot water system is completely
pressurised, you can enjoy fast-filling
baths, invigorating showers and plentiful,
powerful hot water to multiple points
around the home, simultaneously.
Dimplex Air-Eau
heat pumps exhibit
best-in-class
performance for
efficient heating and
n.
hot water productio
Dimplex Air-Eau he
at
pumps are an ideal
choice for providing
domestic hot water
as part of the whole
house solution.
Air-Eau performance characteristics
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Dimplex Air-Eau:
The packages
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The complete heating/hot water solution
Air-Eau packages
EC-Eau cylinders
SmartRad radiators
To optimise the benefits of Dimplex
Air-Eau heat pumps, we offer complete
system packages designed to suit a
wide range of domestic heating and hot
water applications. All our packages are
ideal for both new and existing homes,
and each combines the benefits of
high-efficiency Dimplex Air-Eau heat
pumps with purpose-designed Dimplex
EC-Eau ‘heat pump-ready’ hot water
cylinders (with integrated buffer tanks
for space saving and efficiency) plus all
the necessary controls and ancillaries.
The packages may also be combined
with your choice of SmartRad radiator
for a wholly integrated, high-efficiency
and low-carbon heating solution.
Dimplex EC-Eau stainless steel cylinders
are designed specifically to deliver
mains pressure hot water from heat
pump systems. They are supplied with
carefully sized, high surface area heat
exchangers. This ensures maximum heat
transfer between the heat pump and the
stored water for optimal efficiency and
running costs. Packages are available
with 125, 150 or 210 litre capacity options
and all cylinders include an integrated 75
litre buffer tank as standard. A mandatory
requirement for all Dimplex heat pumps,
this ensures efficient defrosting and
compressor optimisation. To minimise
internal space requirements, the buffer
is cleverly incorporated – and thermally
separated – on top of the cylinder.
Dimplex SmartRad wall-mounted
fan convector radiators provide a
controllable, responsive and energyefficient alternative to underfloor
heating, and are the perfect
complement to Dimplex air source heat
pump packages. SmartRad radiators
contain only 5% of the water volume
of a conventional steel radiator. This
low thermal mass means they can heat
up faster and react more responsively
to changes in room temperature. The
result: improved control, comfort and
energy saving. This makes SmartRad
ideal for retrofit installations in place
of conventional radiators or in new
buildings either instead of, or in
conjunction with, underfloor heating.
Environmental sensitivity and efficient
performance are key attributes of
EC-Eau. The range boasts 60mm of
low Global Warming Potential (GWP)
insulation foam and innovative features
throughout to reduce heat loss. All inner
components are made using 100%
recyclable stainless steel, while the
sleek black, hard-wearing outer shell
is manufactured from recycled
materials. EC-Eau cylinders are
supplied with expansion vessel, all
necessary safety devices and built-in
3kW immersion heaters. Plus, being
stainless steel, the cylinders come
with a full 25-year warranty.
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Air-Eau packages
Package options
Package 1 – 1 Heating Zone and DHW (with combined buffer and DHW cylinder)
For heating and hot water with compact installation
A flexible heating and hot water system for properties with limited space; suitable for new build and retrofit installations.
Air source heat pump
LA 6 MI
Accessories kit
Choose one of:
LA 9 MI
LA 12 MI
LA 16 MI
Containing: PRT1 wall mounted thermostat
15m control cable and controller
Taconova flow checker
2 x Two port valves
2 x isolation valves (with filter)
NTC2 hot water sensor
125L heat pump cylinder
ECS125HP/75-580
150L heat pump cylinder
ECS150HP/75-580
210L heat pump cylinder
ECS210HP/75-580
Package 2 – 1 Heating Zone and DHW (with separate buffer and DHW cylinder)
For heating and hot water
A flexible heating and hot water system for properties with varying hot water needs; suitable for new build and retrofit installations.
Air source heat pump
LA 6 MI
Accessories kit
LA 9 MI
LA 16 MI
Containing: PRT1 wall mounted thermostat
15m control cable and controller
Taconova flow checker
2 x Two port valves
2 x isolation valves (with filter)
NTC2 hot water sensor
Buffer cylinder
Choose one of:
LA 12 MI
PSW 100
125L heat pump cylinder
ECS125HP-580
150L heat pump cylinder
ECS150HP-580
210L heat pump cylinder
ECS210HP-580
250L heat pump cylinder
ECS250HP-580
300L heat pump cylinder
ECS300HP-580
Package 3 – 1 Heating Zone with buffer tank
For properties that require only space heating
A flexible solution to the heating demands of a wide range of domestic properties, this package is ideal for retrofit installations.
Air source heat pump
Accessories kit
LA 6 MI
LA 9 MI
LA 12 MI
LA 16 MI
Containing: PRT1 wall mounted thermostat
15m control cable and controller
Taconova flow checker
2 x isolation valves (with filter)
Air-Eau packages
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LA MS
Air Source Heat Pumps
Introducing the Dimplex LA MS range of air source heat pumps designed
specifically for the UK climate. With low noise levels and outputs ranging from
9 to 16kW, the range provides a cost-effective, highly efficient and robust
form of renewable heating for medium to large properties.
Capable of providing space and water
heating at outdoor temperatures as
low as -20ºC, the LA MS range may
be used in place of, or alongside,
conventional fossil-fuelled heating
systems to reduce energy bills and
CO 2 emissions.
The advanced WPM heat pump
manager allows maximum system
flexibility and efficiency.
This automatically monitors, regulates
and controls the entire system: the
heat pump itself, as well as heating
and hot water circulation pumps for
up to three individually programmable
circuits, and other heat sources, such
as gas or oil boilers.
When working in parallel – ‘bivalent’
mode – with an existing boiler, the heat
pump manager regulates the boiler
operation in line with demand, ensuring
that no excessive temperatures can
enter the heating system. This makes
LA MS heat pumps ideal for installation
in existing homes alongside legacy
heating systems.
LA MS range at a glance
• Available in three model options –
9, 11 and 16kW outputs – to suit
your individual requirements
• Designed to work efficiently
with underfloor heating, Dimplex
SmartRad or conventional radiators
• High levels of efficiency
performance, with CoPs of
up to 3.9
• Ideal for use in conjunction
with a Dimplex EC-Eau heat
pump-ready cylinder to produce
domestic hot water
• A
dvanced WPM heat pump
manager provides full system
flexibility, including control over
multiple heating circuits and other
heat sources, such as gas or oil
boilers and solar thermal
• Low noise levels
• Easy access to electrical and
plumbing connections for ease
of installation
• V
ariable water flow temperatures
between 35 and 55ºC to
optimise space heating comfort,
with weather-compensated
flow temperature control to
improve efficiency
See page 31 for technical specifications.
LA 11/16 MS
LA 9 MS
SUITABLE FOR:
•Replacing oil/LPG systems
in larger private homes
(attracts RHP grant payment)
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LA MS
•Bivalent system operation,
in conjunction with existing
boiler systems
•Meeting advanced control
requirements, for example,
multiple/mixed heating circuits
LA PMS
Medium Temperature
Air Source Heat Pumps
Dimplex LA PMS is our range of medium temperature air source heat pumps
designed to provide a complete heating and hot water solution. Available in
outputs of 8 and 14kW, the LA PMS range is available for outdoor installation.
The LA PMS provides variable water
flow temperatures of up to 65°C. This
makes the LA PMS an ideal choice
for a complete heating and hot water
solution – either where higher heating
temperatures are required or for the
efficient production of stored hot water.
The LA PMS range uses R290, an
efficient and naturally occurring
refrigerant with close to zero Global
Warming Potential (GWP). Like the
LA MS range, LA PMS models can
be installed in place of, or alongside,
existing fossil-fuelled heating systems
to help lower energy bills and CO2
emissions.
The advanced WPM heat pump
manager monitors, regulates and
controls the entire system, providing
maximum system flexibility and
efficiency. When working in bivalent
mode in combination with an existing
boiler, the heat pump manager regulates
the boiler operation in line with heating
need, so that no excessive temperatures
may enter the heating system.
LA PMS range at a glance
• Available in two model options –
8 and 14kW outputs – to suit your
individual requirements
• H
igh temperature output for efficient
production of domestic hot water
without the need for backup heating
• H
igh levels of efficiency
performance, with CoPs of
up to 3.9
• Designed to work efficiently
with underfloor heating,
Dimplex SmartRad or
conventional radiators
• Ideal for use in conjunction
with a Dimplex EC-Eau heat
pump-ready cylinder to produce
domestic hot water
• Low noise levels
• Advanced WPM heat pump
manager provides full system
flexibility, including control over
multiple heating circuits and other
heat sources, such as gas or oil
boilers and solar thermal
• Uses environmentally-friendly
R290 refrigerant
• E
asy access to electrical and
plumbing connections for ease
of installation
• Variable water flow temperatures
between 35 and 55ºC to optimise
space heating comfort, with
weather-compensated flow
temperature control to improve
efficiency
See page 31 for technical specifications.
SUITABLE FOR:
•Replacing oil/LPG
systems in larger
private homes
(attracts RHPP
grant payment)
•Bivalent system
operation, in
conjunction with
existing boiler
systems
•High temperature
operation (65°C)
•Providing domestic
•Meeting advanced
control requirements,
hot water without
for example, multiple/
the need for
mixed heating circuits supplementary
immersion heaters
LA PMS
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The performance
characteristics of
LA MS and LA PMS
Both the LA MS and LA PMS range may be installed instead of,
or alongside, your existing heating system/boiler for a highly efficient
form of renewable heating.
High efficiency
Dimplex LA MS and LA PMS boast
high levels of efficiency performance,
achieving CoPs of up to 4 in typical
operating conditions, which can mean
a significant reduction in running costs
and CO2 emissions. Across the range
of models, output water temperatures
and ambient conditions, Dimplex LA MS
and LA PMS heat pumps exhibit superb
performance for efficient heating and
hot water production.
The brain of Dimplex LA MS and LA
PMS heat pumps is the advanced WPM
heat pump manager. This monitors,
regulates and controls the entire heating
system: flow temperature controls; time
programmes for heating and hot water
preparation; and hybrid heat pump and
boiler systems. Water temperatures for
up to three heating/hot water circuits
are individually programmable. This
provides ultimate flexibility, while
allowing the heat pump to manage the
system efficiently.
A key benefit of the LA MS and LA PMS
ranges is their ability to integrate with
existing heating systems. The WPM
heat pump manager regulates the
boiler either alongside the heat pump or
overriding the heat pump, as required.
Other notable features include intelligent
control over hot water production and
defrosting, for a highly efficient system.
This makes LA MS and LA PMS models
an ideal choice for larger properties
or where more complex system
configurations are required.
CoP ratings against typical UK heating range
Efficiency (CoP)
Advanced control
and boiler docking
Weather-compensated water flow
temperatures from the LA MS and
LA PMS heat pumps help to further
maximise the system’s efficiency.
Weather compensation adjusts the
heating water temperature from the heat
pump based on the ambient outside
temperature. This means that, as heat
demand falls, lower flow temperatures
can be used to achieve the same levels
of comfort – while maximising the heat
pump’s efficiency. This can lead to up
to 30% energy consumption over the
course of a year, compared to running
at fixed flow temperatures.
18.00
55.00
16.00
6
14.00
5
12.00
4
10.00
3
8.00
2
6.00
1
4.00
50
50.00
45
45.00
41
40.00
35
35.00
30
30.00
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0
Heat load kW
Flow temperature
required to meet
heating demand ºC
2.00
-5
-3
-1
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
Ambient air temperature (ºC)
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Variable flow temperature
LA MS and LA PMS performance characteristics
0
-3
2
7
25.00
20
12
17
20.00
22
15.00
Dimplex
LA MS models are
recognised as bein
g
among the quietest
air
source heat pumps
currently available
on the UK market.
Low noise
Domestic hot water
Sound emissions from air source
heat pumps are a sensitive subject
and keeping these to a minimum is
an important consideration for any
installation. Dimplex LA MS and LA
PMS models have extremely low sound
pressure levels. In fact, Dimplex LA MS
models are recognised as being among
the quietest air source heat pumps
currently available on the UK market.
This is helped by clever air deflector
shields in the product’s outer casing.
Dimplex LA MS and LA PMS heat
pumps are an ideal choice for providing
domestic hot water as part of the whole
house solution. The WPM heat pump
manager provides full programming
flexibility over hot water production.
When paired with a Dimplex EC-Eau
heat pump cylinder, the LA MS and
LA PMS ranges offer an efficient and
environmentally-friendly way to meet
your home’s domestic hot water needs.
The heat pump and cylinders are
optimally matched using a large surface
area heat exchanger; this maximises
the transfer of heat generated by the
heat pump to the stored water.
Furthermore, since the hot water
system is completely pressurised,
you can enjoy fast-filling baths,
invigorating showers and plentiful,
powerful hot water to multiple points
around the home, simultaneously.
With 65°C maximum flow temperatures,
LA PMS models can also provide full
water heating capability to 60°C stored
water temperature – without the need
for supplementary heating. This makes
LA PMS an excellent solution where
high volumes of hot water are needed.
LA MS and LA PMS
models are the ideal
choice for larger
properties or where
em
more complex syst
configurations are
required.
LA MS and LA PMS performance characteristics
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LA MS and LA PMS:
The packages
+
=
+
The complete heating/hot water solution
LA MS and LA PMS packages
EC-Eau cylinders
SmartRad radiators
To optimise the benefits of Dimplex LA
MS and LA PMS heat pumps, we offer
complete system packages designed
to suit a wide range of domestic
heating and hot water applications. All
our packages are ideal for both new
and existing homes, and combine the
benefits of high-efficiency Dimplex
air source heat pumps with purposedesigned Dimplex EC-Eau ‘heat
pump-ready’ hot water cylinders (with
the option of integrated buffer tanks for
space saving and efficiency) plus all the
necessary controls and ancillaries. The
packages may also be combined with
your choice of SmartRad radiator for a
wholly integrated, high-efficiency and
low-carbon heating solution.
Dimplex EC-Eau stainless steel cylinders
are designed specifically to deliver mains
pressure hot water from heat pump
systems. They are supplied with carefully
sized, high surface area heat exchangers.
This ensures maximum heat transfer
between the heat pump and the stored
water for optimal efficiency and running
costs. Packages are available with 125
to 300 litre capacity options, as well as
the option of cylinders with integrated 75
litre buffer tanks. A requirement for all
Dimplex air source heat pumps, buffer
tanks ensure efficient defrosting and
compressor optimisation. To minimise
internal space requirements, the buffer
is cleverly incorporated – and thermally
separated – on top of the cylinder.
Dimplex SmartRad wall-mounted
fan convector radiators provide a
controllable, responsive and energyefficient alternative to underfloor
heating, and are the perfect
complement to Dimplex air source heat
pump packages. SmartRad radiators
contain only 5% of the water volume
of a conventional steel radiator. This
low thermal mass means they can heat
up faster and react more responsively
to changes in room temperature. The
result: improved control, comfort and
energy saving. This makes SmartRad
ideal for retrofit installations in place
of conventional radiators or in new
buildings either instead of, or in
conjunction with, underfloor heating.
Environmental sensitivity and efficient
performance are key attributes of EC-Eau.
The range boasts 60mm of low Global
Warming Potential (GWP) insulation foam
and innovative features throughout to
reduce heat loss. All inner components
are made using 100% recyclable
stainless steel, while the sleek black,
hard-wearing outer shell is manufactured
from recycled materials. EC-Eau cylinders
are supplied with expansion vessel, all
necessary safety devices and built-in
3kW immersion heaters. Plus, being
stainless steel, the cylinders come
with a full 25-year warranty.
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LA MS and LA PMS packages
Package options
Package 1 – 1 Heating Zone and DHW (with combined buffer DHW cylinder)
For heating and hot water with compact installation
A flexible heating and hot water system for properties with limited space; suitable for new build and retrofit installations.
Package includes:
• Heat pump
Air Source Heat Pump
Circulation pumps
• Circulation pumps
• Combined buffer and DHW cylinder
LA 8 PMS
LA 9 MS
LA 11 MS
LA 14 PMS
2 x UP 25-60
2 x UP 25-60
2 x UP 25-60
1 x UP 25-60
1 x UP 32-60
20m Control cable
EVL997-1
Thermostat
PRT1
• WPM heat pump manager
Choose one of:
• Controller connection cable
125l Combination Cylinder
• Programmable thermostat
150l Combination Cylinder
ECS150HP/75-580
210l Combination Cylinder
ECS210HP/75-580
ECS125HP/75-580
Package 2 – 1 Heating Zone and DHW (with separate buffer and hot water cylinder)
For heating and hot water
A flexible heating and hot water system for properties with varying hot water needs; suitable for new build and retrofit installations.
Package includes:
Air Source Heat Pump
LA 8 PMS
LA 9 MS
LA 11 MS
LA 14 PMS
LA 16 MS
• Heat pump
Circulation pumps
2 x UP 25-60
2 x UP 25-60
2 x UP 25-60
1 x UP 25-60
1 x UP 32-60
2 x UP 25-60
• Circulation pumps
20m Control cable
• Buffer cylinder
Buffer cylinder
PSW100
PSW100
PSW200
PSW200
• DHW cylinder
PSW100
Thermostat
PRT1
Choose one of:
• WPM heat pump manager
125l heat pump cylinder
• Controller connection cable
150l heat pump cylinder
• Programmable thermostat
EVL997-1
ECS125HP-580
ECS150HP-580
210l heat pump cylinder
ECS210HP-580
250l heat pump cylinder
ECS250HP-580
300l heat pump cylinder
ECS300HP-580
Package 3 – 1 Heating Zone with buffer tank
For properties that require only space heating
A flexible solution to the heating demands of a wide range of domestic properties, this package is ideal for retrofit installations.
Package includes:
• Heat pump
• Circulation pump
• Buffer cylinder
• WPM heat pump manager
Air Source Heat Pump
LA 8 PMS
LA 9 MS
LA 11 MS
LA 14 PMS
LA 16 MS
Circulation pump
UP 25-60
UP 25-60
UP 25-60
UP 32-60
UP 32-60
Buffer cylinder
PSW100
PSW100
PSW100
PSW200
PSW200
20m Control cable
EVL997-1
Buffer immersion
CTHK631
Thermostat
PRT1
• Controller connection cable
• Programmable thermostat
Optional bolt-on packs – additional heating circuits and bivalent systems
For systems with more than one heating circuit or bivalent systems
These packs may be used in combination with any of the three packages.
Additional heating circuit pack
Mixed heating manifold
MMH 25
Circulation pump
UP 25-60
Bivalent system pack
4 way valve
MMB 25
LA MS and LA PMS packages
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Dimplex EC-Eau
for renewables
The EC-Eau range of unvented stainless steel cylinders is designed
specifically to deliver mains pressure hot water from renewable energy
sources – namely heat pumps.
Dimplex EC-Eau heat pump cylinders
are designed to operate seamlessly
with heat pumps to provide an efficient
and environmentally-friendly way
of supplying domestic hot water.
Employing a large surface area
heat exchanger, EC-Eau heat pump
cylinders maximise the transfer of heat
generated from renewable energy to
the stored water, optimising heat pump
efficiency and reducing running costs.
Suitable for use with a wide range of
heat pumps and the perfect partner
to Dimplex heat pumps, EC-Eau
heat pump cylinders are available
in capacities from 125 to 300 litres,
as well as combined buffer models.
Environmental sensitivity and efficient
performance are key attributes of
EC-Eau. The range boasts 60mm of
low Global Warming Potential (GWP)
insulation foam, plus innovative features
throughout to reduce heat loss. Inner
components are made from 100%
recyclable stainless steel, while the
sleek black, hard-wearing outer shell is
manufactured from completely recycled
materials. EC-Eau cylinders are
supplied with an expansion vessel and
all necessary safety devices. Plus, the
stainless steel inner cylinder comes with
a full 25-year warranty.
EC-Eau heat pump cylinders at a glance
• Unvented stainless steel cylinders for
heat pumps and solar thermal panels
• Tough, easy-to-clean outer casing
made from recycled materials
• Heat pump range features models
from 125 to 300 litres
• Immersion for sterilisation and
backup heating
• Heat pump with buffer range
features models from 125 to 210
litres, with 75 litre buffer
• 60mm of low GWP insulation foam
to minimise heat loss and energy
consumption
• Optimally-sized, high surface area
heat exchangers for heat pump/
solar operation
• Supplied with an expansion vessel
and all necessary safety devices
required by governing legislation
• Mains pressure hot water for fastfilling baths and powerful showers
• Stainless steel inner cylinder with
25-year warranty
• Simultaneous supply of water
to all bathrooms
• Long-life, low-maintenance
hot water supply
Heat pump cylinders
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EC-Eau
Environmentally Sound
Performance
Sustainable Materials
•Inner vessel manufactured
from premium grade Duplex
stainless steel:
• Lightweight yet ultra high strength
and stress/corrosion resistant,
ensuring long cylinder life
• 100% recyclable
• No need for sacrificial anode
• 25 year warranty
•Designed for use with renewable
sources of heat production – heat
pumps and solar thermal systems
• S
ide hot water draw off connection,
minimises heat losses through the
top of the cylinder
• 6
0mm of injected polyurethane foam insulation
• Exceeds “CHESS” best practice
standards for low heat loss and
heat recovery
• Completely void free, including
insulation around immersions
and thermostats
• HIPS/ABS outer cladding
• Produced from 100%
recycled material
• Hard wearing, flexible
and damage resistant
• C
FC/HCFC free injected
foam insulation
• R
ecessed immersion heater
and thermostat housings reduces
heat loss
• 6
0% of all materials (excluding
insulation) by volume recycled
• L
arge surface area coil for use
with heat pumps
Superior Operational
Performance
•High flow rates for efficient hot
water delivery
• Powerful showers and fast
filling baths
•Corrugated coil construction
maximises surface area while
maintaining high usable volume
•Light and easy to handle for
easy installation
•Surface mounted thermostats and
sensors for easy installation and
maintenance/replacement
•Supplied complete with inlet safety
group and external expansion vessel
•All connections accessible
from the front
ECS150HP-580
ECS210HP-580
ECS250HP-580
ECS300HP-580
ECS125HP75-580
ECS150HP75-580
ECS210HP75-580
Height (mm)
960
1130
1505
1780
2080
1535
1705
2080
Diameter (mm)
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
120(*)
145(*)
210(*)
250(*)
300(*)
125
150
210
-
-
-
-
-
75
75
75
MODEL
ECS125HP-580
Heat pump cylinders
Capacity (l)
Buffer Capacity (l)
Weight Empty (kg)
30
35
42
47
53
tbc
tbc
tbc
Weight Full (kg)
152
182
251
302
350
tbc
tbc
tbc
Number of immersions
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
Expansion Vessel (l)
12
12
19
24
24
12
12
19
45
51
47
47
43
tbc
tbc
tbc
2.2
2.8
3.0
3.0
3.2
tbc
tbc
tbc
Heat Pump Coil size (kW)
Heat Pump Coil Surface Area
(m2)
* Measured in accordance with EN12897-2006 at 80°C flow temperature and 0.42 l/s flow rate
EC-Eau
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SmartRad
wall-mounted
fan convectors
Dimplex SmartRad provides a controllable, responsive and energy-efficient
alternative to conventional radiators. The range is designed specifically to
work at the low flow temperatures produced by heat pumps and they’re ideal
for use either instead of, or alongside, underfloor heating.
SmartRad is optimised for use with
heat pumps by achieving excellent
performance at water heating
temperatures as low as 40ºC.
Containing only 5% of the water
volume of a conventional steel
radiator, SmartRad’s low thermal
mass allows it to heat up more
quickly and react more responsively
to changes in room temperature,
meaning improved control, comfort
and energy saving.
With a compact footprint and flexible
installation options, SmartRad is
ideal for retrofit installations in place
of conventional radiators or in new
buildings instead of, or in conjunction
with underfloor heating. SmartRad
is the perfect complement to Dimplex
air source heat pump packages and
can be easily integrated into any
air source heat pump project.
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SmartRad
SmartRad at a glance
• Stylish design available with a
choice of metal or glass fronts
• Energy-efficient alternative to
conventional radiators
• C
ost-effective and practical
alternative to underfloor heating
• Designed for low water
temperature operation:
• Optimises heat pump CoP
• Reduces heat pump
running costs
• Minimises heat pump
system carbon emissions
• Low thermal inertia due to
ultra-low water content allows
energy saving through:
• Faster room heat up time
and less energy consumption
than a standard radiator with
comparable output
• Responsive reaction to incidental
heat gains (e.g. solar gain)
prevents over heating and
energy wastage
• Individual temperature control:
• Close tolerance electronic
thermostat provides automatic
control over fan speed output
• Delivers high levels of comfort
through improved room
temperature stability
• Optional plug in 24 hour or 7 day
programmers
Specifications
FINISH
NOMINAL OUTPUT kW
0.8
1.2
1.4
1.8
White metal
SRX080M
SRX120M
SRX140M
SRX180M
White glass
SRX080WG
SRX120WG
SRX140WG
SRX180WG
Black glass
SRX080BG
SRX120BG
SRX140BG
SRX180BG
SRX080
SRX120
SRX140
SRX180
OPERATING LIMITS
Heating water system/return °C
Max 85/Min 15 at 150 l/h
PERFORMANCE
*at medium fan speed and air inlet temp of 20°C
Heating capacity* mean water flow temp 40°C (kW)
0.6
0.9
1.1
1.5
Heating capacity* mean water flow temp 45°C (kW)
0.8
1.1
1.4
1.8
Heating capacity* mean water flow temp 50°C (kW)
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.2
Heating capacity* mean water flow temp 55°C (kW)
1.1
1.6
2.0
2.6
Heating capacity* mean water flow temp 60°C (kW)
1.3
1.8
2.3
2.9
SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL AT 1M DB (A)
Low
26
Medium
29
Boost
36
AIR FLOW RATE
Low (m2/hr)
60
100
120
160
125
190
225
300
228
345
410
540
530x503x145
530x670x145
530x740x145
530x911x145
13
16
18
23
Low
17
22
26
24
Medium
20
32
40
35
Boost
27
47
60
53
Medium
Boost
(m2/hr)
(m2
/hr)
DIMENSIONS (MM) HXWXD
Weight (kg)
POWER INPUT (W)
Standby power
1W
Nominal voltage/fuse rating (V/A)
~230/3
Hydraulic connections
Water content (l)
Cable supplied
15mm left and/or right hand connection or from rear
0.31
0.43
0.48
0.60
1 metre
SmartRad
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Technical specifications
Dimplex Air-Eau
MODEL
Degree of protection according to EN 60 529 for a compact unit
or heating element
LA 6 MI
LA 9 MI
LA 12 MI
LA 16 MI
IP 24
IP 24
IP 24
IP 24
outdoors
Installation location
PERFORMANCE DATA
Operating temperature limits:
Heating water flow/return flow
°C
max. 55/min. 25
Air
°C
-20 to +35
Heating water temperature difference
at A7/W35
Heat output/CoP
at A7/W351
kW/ ---
6/4.4
9/4.1
5
12/4.67
16/4.23
at A2/W351
kW/ ---
6/3.7
9/3.4
12/3.87
16/3.48
at A-7/W351
kW/ ---
5.9/2.8
8.85/2.4
12/2.86
14.1/2.72
at A7/W55
kW/ ---
6/2.5
9/2.3
12/2.86
14.5/2.66
at A2/W55
kW/ ---
6/2.2
8.85/2
12/2.52
12.5/2.3
at A-7/W55
kW/ ---
5.8/1.8
7.6/1.5
10.5/1.9
10.5/1.9c
Sound pressure level
dB(A)
43.6
46.9
46.5
48.5
Heating water flow rate
m³/h
1
1.6
2.1
2.8
Air flow
m³/h
4800
5400
Refrigerant; total filling weight
Type/kg
R410A/1.45
R410A/1.45
R410A/2.3
R410A/2.3
Device dimensions without connections
HxWxL cm
86x128x32
86x128x32
141x128x32
141x128x32
Device connections to heating system
Inch
Weight of the transportable unit(s) incl packaging
kg
DIMENSIONS, CONNECTIONS AND WEIGHT
1¼" ext. thread
122
122
165
165
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (HEAT PUMP)
Nominal voltage
V
Starting current (Inverter driven) A7 W35
A
Nominal current A7 W35/cosj
230
Gradual increase
from 0-6
Gradual increase
from 0-10
Gradual increase
from 0-12
Gradual increase
from 0-17
A/---
8/0.95
10/0.95
12/0.96
18/0.96
Nominal voltage; fuse protection
V/A
230/13
230/13
230/26
230/26
Norminal power consumption
kW
3.0
3.0
6.0
6.0
Expansion Vessel
Litre/Bar
6/3
6/3
10/3
10/3
Pressure Relief Valve
Bar
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (BACK-UP HEATER)
HEATING WATER CIRCUIT
open 3.0/close 2.65
OTHER DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS
Defrosting
Type of defrosting
Heating water in device protected against freezing
Controller internal/external
Automatic
Reverse Cycle
Yes
External
1) Abbreviations have the following meaning, e.g. A2/W35: outside temperature 2°C and heating water supply temperature 35°C.
A2/W35 test, takes into account defrosting as per EN 14511.
2) According to EN 12102, EN ISO 3744.
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Technical specifications
LA MS
MODEL
LA 9 MS
LA 11 MS
LA 16 MS
OPERATING LIMITS
Heating water flow (°C)
Air source (°C)
Up to 55 +/-2
-20 to +35
-25 to +35
PERFORMANCE
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A-7/W35
5.7/2.8
7.1/2.7
9.7/2.5
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A2/W35
7.9/3.4
9.0/3.3
12.5/3.0
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A7/W35
9.5/3.9
10.9/3.9
15.1/3.6
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A10/W35
10.4/4.2
11.9/4.4
15.9/3.6
1.7m3/hr @ 7600Pa
1.9m3/hr @ 10900Pa
2.6m3/hr @ 14600Pa
Heating water flow with internal
pressure differential at A7/W35
33
33
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3000
2500
4000
1340 x 852 x 1050
1360 x 1360 x 850
1570 x 1550 x 850
189
219
264
R404A/3.8
R404A/2.5
R404A/3.1
Nominal voltage/fuse rating (V/A)
230/20
230
230
Starting current with soft start (A)
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38
45
Sound pressure level at 10m (dB(A))
Air flow (m3/hr)
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL
Dimensions HxWxD (mm)
Weight (kg)
Refrigerant:
type/total charge weight (kg)
Defrosting
Automatic, reverse cycle
Enclosure protection
IP24
LA PMS
MODEL
LA 8 PMS
LA 14 PMS
OPERATING LIMITS
Heating water flow (°C)
Up to 65 +/-2
Air temperature (°C)
-25 to +35
PERFORMANCE
1 X COMPRESSOR
2 X COMPRESSORS
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A-7/W35
4.5/2.5
4.0/2.0
8.0/2.5
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A2/W35
6.0/3.1
5.8/2.9
10.2/3.1
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A7/W35
8.0/3.8
7.4/3.7
13.3/3.9
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A7/W55
7.3/2.9
6.3/2.6
11.7/2.8
Heat output (kW)/CoP at A10/W35
8.9/4.2
8.1/4.0
14.5/3.9
Heating water flow with internal
pressure differential at A7/W35
1.5m3/hr @ 7800Pa
2.4m3/hr @ 10100Pa
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35
3500
4500
1361 x 1362 x 852
1571 x 1552 x 852
232
256
R290/1.0
R290/1.8
Nominal voltage/fuse rating (V/A)
230/20
230/32
Starting current with soft start (A)
30
28
Sound pressure level at 10m [dB(A)]
Air flow (m3/hr)
MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL
Dimensions HxWxD (mm)
Weight (kg)
Refrigerant:
type/total charge weight (kg)
Defrosting
Enclosure protection
Automatic hot gas
IP24
Technical specifications
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Schematics
Dimplex Air-Eau: Pack 1+2 – Heating and DHW
1. Air source heat pump
2. Buffer cylinder
3. Programmable thermostat
4. Heat pump controller
5. 2 port valves
6. Flow checker
7. Isolation valve with filter
8. Domestic hot water cylinder
3
4
*Note: Items 3 & 4 combined for package 1.
8
6
2
1
7
5
Dimplex Air-Eau: Pack 3 – Heating only
1. Air source heat pump
2. Buffer cylinder
3. Programmable thermostat
4. Heat pump controller
5. Flow checker
6. Isolation valve with filter
3
4
2
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Schematics
5
6
1
LA MS/PMS: Pack 1+2 – Heating and DHW
N1-N05
(M13)
7
N1-B1
(R1)
1
N1-N05
TC
1. Air source heat pump
2. Circulation pumps
3. Domestic hot water cylinder*
4. Buffer cylinder*
5. WPM heat pump manager
6. Controller connection cable
7. Programmable thermostat
(M13)
N1-N05
*Note: Items 3 & 4 combined for package 1.
2
2
(M18)
N1-N06
5
1
N1-B3
(R3)
2
N1-N04
4
(E10.1)
6
N1-B2
(R2)
N1N010
3
(E9)
LA MS/PMS: Pack 3 – Heating only
N1-B1
(R1)
N1-N05
(M13)
N1-N05
6
(M13)
N1-N05
TC
1. Air source heat pump
2. Circulation pump
3. Buffer cylinder
4. WPM heat pump manager
5. Controller connection cable
6. Programmable thermostat
2
4
3
1
N1-B2
(R2)
1
5
Schematics
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Frequently
Asked Questions
What are
air source heat pumps?
Air source heat pumps use basic
thermodynamic principles to convert the
latent heat contained in the ambient air into
heat energy that can be used for heating
and hot water. Since the heat in the ambient
air is replenished by the sun, heat pumps
can be classified as a renewable energy
source. There are two types of air source
heat pump: air-to-air and air-to-water. Air-toair heat pumps release the captured energy
through an air heat exchanger, which is then
forced (by a fan) around the home through
trunking (shafts for ventilation) or directly
into the room. Air-to-water heat pumps
release the energy into a water circuit
which is then used in a wet heating system. How do air source
heat pumps work?
Air-to-water heat pumps employ the
dynamics of the vapour/compression
cycle used for many years in the basic
refrigeration process found within a
domestic fridge. An evaporator collects
energy from the outside air. The evaporator
has a low pressure, low boiling point liquid
refrigerant passing through it which is much
colder than the outside air. This causes the
heat to move from the air to the refrigerant,
which then vaporises. An electrically-driven
compressor then compresses this vapour to
an even higher pressure and temperature,
before it passes through a condenser (heat
exchanger) where it gives its heat energy to
water. The heated water is then delivered
to the cylinder or heating system. The now
cooler refrigerant condenses back to liquid,
returns to the evaporator and the cycle
starts again.
Do air source heat pumps
work in winter?
Yes they do. Dimplex air source heat
pumps can extract heating energy from
outside air at temperatures as low as
-25°C – average temperatures in the UK
range from 2°C to 22°C. However, at lower
ambient temperatures, the compressor is
required to work harder and the efficiency
(CoP) of the heat pump will be lower.
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FAQ
Can an air source heat pump
meet a property’s year-round
heating and hot water needs?
Under anything but the most severe
weather conditions – provided the property
is well insulated and the unit has been
sized correctly – the heat pump will
supply all heating requirements for the
majority of the year. However, in severe
weather situations, a supplementary heat
source may be required to maintain target
temperature. This can be provided by a
backup immersion or a supplementary
gas/oil boiler – with which the heat pump
works in bivalent mode. Note: an air source
heat pump works at a higher CoP when
run at lower flow temperatures, typically
35 to 50°C. Since domestic hot water is
normally stored around temperatures of
60°C, a supplementary heat source may
be required. Designed to operate with heat
pumps, Dimplex EC-Eau heat pump water
cylinders feature a high surface area coil
to maximise the transfer of energy from
the heat pump, and integral immersion for
additional heating.
What are monovalent and
bivalent systems?
With a monovalent system, the heat pump
is designed to provide all the required heat.
In a bivalent system, the heat pump only
covers the base heating load. An additional
heat source – such as an oil/gas boiler
or electric backup – meets the remaining
peak demand. Choice of system depends
on the home and heating requirements
and, for retrofit projects, what heating
systems already exist.
What is the defrost cycle?
To ensure an air source heat pump
operates as efficiently as possible, the
evaporator matrix must be kept ice free
(as ice acts as an insulator). The heat pump
will automatically switch to ‘defrost mode’
periodically to ensure that the evaporator
is free from ice. In normal operating
conditions, the defrost cycle does not
result in deterioration of the dwelling’s
core temperature. What is Coefficient of
Performance (CoP)?
CoP is a measurement of heat pump
efficiency. It’s simply the ratio of the
heat delivered by the heat pump to the
electricity used to power the heat pump’s
compressor. The higher the CoP, the more
‘free’ environmental energy the heat pump
is using. For example, if the heat pump has
a CoP of 4, it will deliver 4kW of heat for
every 1kW of electricity used to power it.
Where can you site an
air source heat pump?
An air source heat pump can be fitted
almost anywhere externally – provided
there is an unobstructed air flow available
to the unit for trouble-free and efficient
operation. Also, take into consideration
the length of pipe and cable runs to and
from the property. Do I need a three-phase
electricity supply?
Dimplex manufactures heat pumps suitable
for either single- or three-phase electricity.
For the majority of domestic properties, a
single-phase heat pump will be ample. For
properties with a high heating demand, a
heat pump using a three-phase supply may
be required.
How long does
installation take?
A typical installation should take
approximately three to five days to
complete. Work will take place both inside
and outside the property. This includes
the installation of pipework and electrical
cabling, and the commissioning of both the
hot water and heating systems.
An averag
e househo
ld
could exp
ect to ma
ke
substantia
l savings
on
fuel bills o
f up to 50
%
by having
an air sou
rce
heat pum
p installed
. Do I need
planning permission?
Can I fit a heat pump
in an old property?
Will there be any maintenance
or servicing requirements?
The General Permitted Development
Order (GPDO), or the Town and Country
Planning (General Permitted Development)
(Domestic Microgeneration) (Scotland)
Amendment Order 2009, grants rights
to carry out certain limited forms of
development on the home, without the
need to apply for planning permission.
Permitted Development and planning policy
in general is a devolved responsibility.
The Welsh Assembly Government
and Northern Ireland Government are
currently considering changes to their
legislation on permitted developments to
facilitate installations of microgeneration
technologies. Legislation is expected in
both countries later this year. Until then,
householders in Wales and Northern
Ireland must consult with their local
authority regarding planning permission.
Yes, but you will have to ensure the
property is well insulated to reduce
your heat loss, so minimising heat
demand. Heat pump prices directly
relate to their size, so high heat loss/heat
demand requires a larger unit – and this
can mean a substantial increase in cost
of installation.
There are no mandatory servicing
requirements, although we do recommend
annual checks of your air source heat
pump to ensure optimal operation.
If the system contains 6kg or more
of refrigerant, it must be leak-checked
annually by an engineer qualified in
refrigerant handling and from a
company with F-Gas certification.
In England, it is expected that air source
heat pumps will be permitted development
when further legislation is released later
this year. Until then, householders should
consult with their local authority regarding
planning permission.
In Scotland, it is only permitted
development if: the installation involves a
single heat pump within the cartilage of
the property; it is situated more than 100m
from a neighbour’s boundary; and, if in a
conservation area, the unit is not visible
from the road. Before erecting the heat
pump, homeowners must apply in writing to
the planning authority to determine whether
the prior approval of the authority will be
required, given the siting and external
appearance of the proposed heat pump.
This application is to be accompanied
by a written description of the proposed
development and a plan indicating the site.
In general, it is recommended that you
check with your local authority before
having a system installed.
What type of radiator or heat
distribution system do I need?
Radiator systems designed for boilers
tend not to be optimal for heat pumps
as radiators need higher temperatures
than the normal flow temperatures of
heat pumps. Underfloor heating is often
recommended, but may be costly and
difficult to install in retrofit situations.
Oversized radiators are an option – but, as
a rule of thumb, a 20ºC reduction in flow
temperature requires a 100% oversize of
emitter. Dimplex offers another option:
SmartRad, our easy-to-install, compact fan
convector radiators which operate at the
flow temperatures provided by heat pumps.
Can I connect an air source
heat pump to my existing
hot water cylinder?
Due to the lower water temperatures
produced by a heat pump, any heat
exchange taking place in an indirect
cylinder will need a coil with a larger
surface area compared to that of a
traditional cylinder in order to ensure
efficient heat transfer. We recommend
that a cylinder designed specifically for
use with heat pumps – such as a Dimplex
EC-Eau heat pump cylinder – is installed
to maximise heat pump efficiency.
How much does
it cost to install?
The total installed cost will depend on the
size of the system required and the ease
of installation. It is not possible to give a
precise figure without first assessing the
property’s heat demand and domestic
hot water requirements. Typical domestic
heat requirements will be in the range of
5-10kW, but will vary with house type and
insulation levels. A Dimplex air source
heat pump system could be installed for
as little as £5000.
How much money can I
expect to save if I have an air
source heat pump installed?
An average household using oil or LPG
could expect to make substantial savings
on fuel bills of up to 50% by having an air
source heat pump installed. FAQ
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Install with confidence.
Install with Dimplex.
Air source heat pumps represent one of the most efficient and
economical heating systems available – but only if they are applied
correctly, and designed and installed properly.
To deliver the kind of energy and carbon
savings we know our renewable energy
solutions are capable of, it’s vital that
the highest standards are adhered to
at every stage of the installation
process. That’s why we only supply our
systems through approved installers –
and why the right training is key.
Through our nationwide Accredited
Installer Programme, we are committed to
ensuring installations are delivered to the
highest possible standards, to maximise
energy savings and customer satisfaction.
So you can select Dimplex Accredited
Installers with complete confidence.
Installer Training
Dimplex Renewables installer training
is independently accredited by Logic
Certification. This means all qualifications
are future-proofed through third-party
certification schemes, including the
Microgeneration Certification Scheme
(MCS) to ensure RHI eligibility, and
through development in line with the
future requirements of the National
Occupational Standards.
D
DITER
E
R
ACC TALLE
INS
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Install with Dimplex
Microgeneration Certification Scheme
The Microgeneration Certification
Scheme (MCS) is intended to provide
a robust third party certification scheme
for microgeneration products and
installers, and is designed to underpin
Government funding schemes such as
the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
and Renewable Heat Premium Payment
(RHPP). Funding is only available
to applicants using both products
and installers certified under the
Microgeneration Certification Scheme.
The scheme evaluates products
and installers against robust criteria
for each of the microgeneration
technologies, providing greater
protection for consumers and ensuring
that the Government’s grant money
is spent in an effective manner.
to
We are committed
s
ensuring installation
are delivered to the
highest possible
ise
standards, to maxim
energy savings and
n.
customer satisfactio
Dimplex recognises the importance of
such schemes in helping to build a UK
renewable technology industry based
on quality and best practice, which
will make a substantial contribution to
cutting the UK’s dependency on fossil
fuels and its carbon dioxide emissions.
Dimplex actively supports the
scheme and we encourage all Dimplex
Accredited Installers to become
certified, giving our customers
assurance as to the quality of our
products and their installation, as well
as providing a means of accessing
Government funding schemes.
For more information visit:
www.microgenerationcertification.org
Why choose Dimplex Renewables?
• We offer the UK’s widest range of
ground and air source heat pumps
• We will tailor our solutions to meet
your specific requirements
• We have an extensive range of
solar energy products, unvented hot
water systems and complementary
technologies
• We are experienced in a wide range
of technology solutions and will
draw on this to give you an expert
and impartial view of the most
appropriate technologies for you
• We have over 30 years’ experience
manufacturing heat pumps
• We are a reputable company with
a heritage of 60 years and an
unmatched reputation for quality
and reliability
• We are part of the renowned global
Glen Dimplex group
• We have our own design team and
R&D facility, ensuring our company
remains at the forefront of product
development and innovation
• We have heat pump and cylinder
manufacturing facilities in the UK.
Install with Dimplex
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The Dimplex
world of renewables
There’s so much more to the Dimplex world of renewables. Our solutions
span both domestic and commercial applications, are designed
specifically to complement each another, and match the need to find
more energy-efficient ways to heat our buildings perfectly. Explore our
world of renewables here.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground source heat pumps extract free
solar energy stored beneath the ground
and convert this into useful energy
for space and water heating. Highlystable temperatures below the earth’s
surface mean ground source heat
pumps can provide excellent levels of
energy efficiency and performance all
year round. Our ground source range
covers domestic systems from 4kW and
commercial systems up to 130kW able
to be installed in multiples. The pumps
can also be integrated with other
renewable technologies, such as solar
thermal panels.
The range at a glance
Our ground source heat pumps can
make a significant contribution towards
reducing heating and hot water CO2
emissions and running costs, thereby
helping to achieve compliance with
Building Regulations Part L and the Code
for Sustainable Homes (CfSH). Our hightemperature heat pumps are ideal for offgas grid properties. And in commercial
applications, ground source heat pumps
can help organisations to minimise their
carbon emissions and reduce allowance
payments under the CRC Energy
Efficiency Scheme – a mandatory carbon
emissions reporting and pricing scheme.
Commercial Air Source Heat Pumps
Dovetailing with the domestic Air-Eau
range of inverter-driven air source
heat pumps is our commercial air
source range. Many clients are already
enjoying the energy- and cost-saving
benefits delivered by our commercial
range – from complying with building
regulations to gaining high Energy
Performance Certificate (EPC) scores in
both new and refurbished buildings.
Our commercial range includes highefficiency models which are being
specified to deliver heating and/or hot
water to educational establishments
as a cost-effective alternative to
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A world of renewables
other renewables. Our high-output
temperature models are ideal for hot
water applications, while our reversible
models – complete with waste heat
recovery – provide energy-efficient
heating, cooling and stored water from
a single system, making them ideal for
hotel or leisure applications. And our
high-capacity models, providing heating
and hot water at low temperature
outputs, are already being employed by
the healthcare sector.
• 4-16kW domestic
• 17-130kW commercial
• 20-40kW commercial high
temperature
• 30-130kW reversible with heat
recovery
• Heating and hot water preparation
• Passive cooling
• Full range of ancillaries
• MCS certificated* and SAP
Appendix Q listed*
*Depending on model
The range at a glance
• 9-60kW commercial
• 8-26kW medium temperature
• 11-35kW reversible models for
heating and cooling
• Heating and hot water preparation
• Waste heat recovery*
• Full range of ancillaries
• MCS certificated*
*Depending on model
Our solutions are
designed specifical
ly
to complement eac
h
other and match th
e
need to find more
energy-efficient
ways to heat our
buildings perfectly.
Solar Thermal Hot Water
Every year, the sun produces 8000
times more energy than we consume
globally, ready for use whenever it’s
needed. Our solar thermal panels
harness this free solar energy to
efficiently and effectively heat water
stored in a cylinder. A solar thermal
system can provide as much as 60%
of a property’s hot water demand, and
this can make a significant contribution
towards reducing CO2 emissions and
energy costs.
An ideal complementary waterheating solution in electric- and heat
pump-heated homes, Dimplex solar
The range at a glance
thermal panels provide a cost-effective
approach to energy/carbon saving in
new build and retrofit homes – even in
apartment blocks. For most commercial
premises, solar thermal panels can
be used to contribute to the building’s
overall hot water demand, reducing both
running costs and CO2 emissions. For
premises with high water usage, such
as hotels and health clubs, our solar
thermal systems can be specified with
bespoke cylinders and scaled up to
accommodate demand.
• Choice of roof kits and
complementary hydraulic packs
• High-efficiency flat plate or evacuated
tube collectors
• Range of unvented stainless steel
cylinders – 175 to 300 litre capacities
• Can be fully integrated with heat pumps
• Mains pressure hot water
• Can be fitted to slate, tile or flat roofs
• On roof or roof-integrated options
(dependent on collector type)
• Range of accessories to aid
installation, including flexible hoses,
vent tiles and flow meters
• Solar Keymark approved
Solar PV systems
Solar PV systems mounted on the
roof or facade of a building produce
electricity from daylight, rather than
solar radiation. This means energy
is produced even on a cloudy day.
Solar PV systems are suitable for
homes, businesses, schools and
community buildings, and represent
one of the easiest and most reliable
ways to reduce energy costs and
CO2 emissions. They’re also a
straightforward way to meet planning
consent requirements for minimum
renewable energy contributions from
new buildings.
The range at a glance
Solar PV systems are an excellent lowcarbon choice for both domestic and
commercial uses: with no moving parts,
they’re simple to fit, provide reliable
energy generation and offer a costeffective way to comply with Buildings
Regulations Part L and the Code for
Sustainable Homes (CfSH), as well as
the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme.
Solar PV installations also provide
an attractive source of finance for the
system owner via the Feed-in Tariff.
• Choice of portrait or landscape kits
with outputs from 1.38 to 5.52 kWp
• Easy installation – all parts included
in the kit
• High efficiency polycrystalline
230Wp module with:
• Positive output tolerance -0%/+3%
• 25 year performance guarantee
• 10 year module warranty
• Excellent reliability – 80% output
performance after 25 years
• MCS certified*
*PV module
A world of renewables
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Specifications
Dimplex policy is one of continuous improvement; the Company therefore reserves
the right to alter specifications without notice. The information contained in this brochure is
correct at the time of printing. You are advised to consult your Dealer before purchasing.
Installation Guidance
This brochure is designed to assist you with your choice of Dimplex products and it is not intended
as an installation guide. For safety, products should only be installed by a competent person,
in accordance with current regulations and the manufacturer’s instructions.
The Dimplex Range
Dimplex offers the widest range of electric space and water heating products
in the world – over 400 – to meet almost any heating need. In addition to this publication,
we have a wide range of brochures for both domestic and commercial applications.
Please visit our website www.dimplexrenewables.co.uk for more information.
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brochure
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brochure
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please visit www.dimplexrenewables.co.uk
email [email protected]
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European Regional Development Fund
under the European Sustainable
Competitiveness Programme for
Northern Ireland.
FSC logo to be
dropped in by printer,
Patch is spot, do not print
A division of the GDC Group, Millbrook House, Grange Drive, Hedge End, Southampton SO30 2DF
For Northern Ireland, contact Glen Dimplex N.I. Limited, Unit No 24, Seagoe Industrial Estate, Portadown, Craigavon, Co. Armagh BT63 5TH
D1520/0911
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