To achieve compliance under building regulations and meet or indeed exceed energy efficiency standards within new builds, self-builders and property developers across Ireland are opting for sustainable heating technologies like the Grant Aerona3 R32 air to water air source heat pump to drive their heating systems and future proof properties.
Environmentally friendly performance
Available in outputs of 6kW, 10kW, 13kW and 17kW the Grant Aerona3 R32 air to water air source heat pump range is a popular choice due to its cleaner, environmentally friendly performance. In addition, the range has the ability to lower a property’s overall carbon footprint while helping to achieve NZEB standards, as required by all new buildings in the Republic of Ireland.
Reinforcing Grant’s commitment to providing market-leading heating solutions, units within the range have achieved an A+++ energy rating at low temperatures such as 35°C or 45°C.
All four models also boast superior seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) and depending on climate conditions and demand on the heating system at the time, can deliver 4kW of heat energy for every 1kW of electricity used.
Even if external temperatures were to drop as low as -20°, the heat pump's output will modulate up or down depending on the exact climate conditions to ensure ultimate energy efficiency for the property. The 13kW and 17kW models within the range have also been recognised by international award programme Quiet Mark for their low noise qualities.
The Aerona3 R32 heat pump range has been developed by Grant to work in tandem with other innovative heating technologies within the manufacturer’s product portfolio. In particular, the Grant Aerona3 works well when combined with Grant’s Uflex underfloor heating system or Grant’s Afinia radiator range, as all of these technologies can run at lower temperatures, therefore providing significant carbon and financial savings for the property owner.
The technical specialists at Grant can design the full heating solution for a property, free of charge, on receipt of house plans. This includes sizing and specifying the correct technologies for the individual property’s needs based on heat loss calculations and the owners’ preference of heat emitters. The result is a fully integrated heating package featuring technologies from the Grant portfolio, which are designed to work together, and can take the property to new levels of efficiency.
Manufactured with both the property owner and engineer, installer and architect in mind, Grant’s bespoke heating packages offer a complete solution that includes the main heat source, hot water storage, heat emitters and smart heating controls. For further information on Grant’s heating design service email house plans, a contact number and preference of heat emitters to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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