Compare Air Source Heat Pumps by Daikin

Compare Air Source Heat Pumps by Daikin

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When you’re on the lookout for a new heating system which will lower your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint, Daikin air source heat pumps will be top of the list. Daikin are the experts in climate control with a 90 year history in the industry and a reputation for groundbreaking technology.

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Daikin Air Source Heat Pumps

Daikin’s range of air-to-water heat pumps is called the Altherma range and it includes heat pumps to suit every kind of home and building project. Able to operate in outdoor temperatures as low as -25°C, the Altherma heat pump generates 3-4 kilowatts of heat for every kilowatt it uses.

The Altherma heat pump has been designed to work alongside existing radiators so in most cases you can keep installation costs to a minimum without having to replace pipework and radiators. In the case of the Altherma Hybrid, you can even run a boiler alongside the heat pump.

Altherma Monobloc Low Temperature Altherma Split System Low Temperature Altherma High Temperature Split Altherma 3 with Bluevolution R32 Altherma Hybrid
Available Capacities (kW) 5-16 4-16 11-16 4, 6, 8 5, 8
ErP Rating (Heating / Hot Water) A++ / A+++ A++ / A+++ A+ Up to A+++ A++ / A++
Maximum Hot Water Temperature 55°C 55°C 80°C 65°C 80°C
Minimum Operating Temperature -25°C -25°C -20°C -25°C -25°C

Daikin Altherma Monobloc Low Temperature Air-to-Water Heat Pump

The Altherma Monobloc is a low temperature heat pump which is able to deliver provide your home with hot water up to 55°C. Low temperature heat pumps are best suited to newly built and highly efficient homes but in some cases it can be suitable as a replacement for existing heating systems. As a Monobloc heat pump most of the components are contained in a single compact unit which is installed outside the home with only a wiring centre indoors. This is perfect for homes where space is limited. You also have the option to include a hot water storage tank with the Altherma Monobloc to increase your hot water capacity.

Daikin Altherma Split System Low Temperature Air-to-Water Heat Pump

The Daikin Altherma is also available as split system which means it includes an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. You also have the choice between a wall hung indoor unit with an optional hot water tank or a floor standing indoor unit with the hot water tank included inside it. This heat pump is best suited to new builds and works particularly effectively with underfloor heating or low temperature radiators. The outdoor unit can be installed up to 50m away from your home for maximum flexibility when it comes to installation.

Daikin Altherma High Temperature Split Air-to-water Heat Pump

For refurbishment or renovation projects, the Altherma High Temperature Split is the ideal heating solution for boiler replacements as it will work alongside existing radiators. Unlike the low temperature models, this heat pump can provide hot water up to 80°C in temperature delivering fast and efficient warm up times. It is comprised of an indoor and outdoor unit which again can be placed up to 50m from the home. The indoor unit and hot water cylinder can be stacked to free up floor space or installed side by side if preferred.

Daikin Altherma 3 with Bluevolution R32 Air-to-Water Heat Pump

The Altherma 3 with Bluevolution Technology uses the R32 refrigerant which is a more environmentally friendly option than many other refrigerants used on the market.

Daikin Altherma Hybrid Air-to-Water Heat Pump

The Altherma hybrid heat pump by Daikin is an intelligent heating system which combines an air-to-water heat pump with a gas condensing boiler.

Its smart programming enables it to monitor the outdoor weather, energy prices and indoor heat to determine whether the heat pump or boiler is the most efficient and economical way to heat your home. When it makes that decision, it automatically switches to the best option.

Find out more about the Daikin Altherma Hybrid here.


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Why Consider a Daikin Air Source Heat Pump?

Reduced Energy Bills

Air source heat pumps are highly energy efficient which means they have the potential to lower your energy bills significantly.

Daikin air source heat pumps use 1kW of electricity to extract renewable energy from the air and produce a highly efficient 3-4kW of heat. This heats refrigerant in the system which can then heat your water. So an air source heat pump from actually generates 3 times as much energy as it uses compared to a traditional boiler which turns a maximum 92% of the fuel it uses into energy with the rest being lost as waste gases.

Better for the Environment

Between 65-75% of your Daikin air source heat pump’s energy is extracted from the natural air around your home. The small amount of electricity needed to power the heat pump produces only a fraction of the CO₂ emissions produced by a traditional oil or gas boiler. Depending on the heating fuel and system being replaced, some homes could reduce carbon emissions by as much as 70%.

Easy to Maintain

The average life of a boiler is just 8-10 years but as long as your air source heat pump gets an annual service it should need very little maintenance and many can last for up to 25 years.

Heat Your Home All Year Round

Air source heat pumps by Daikin will work in the worst UK temperatures as they are designed to cope with temperatures as low as -20°C.

Earn Money Through the RHI Scheme

Daikin air source heat pumps are MCS accredited which means the renewable energy generated could earn you money through the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

The RHI scheme pays owners of eligible renewable heating systems for each unit of energy the heat pump generates for 7 years after it has been commissioned. The exact payments you’ll receive will vary depending on the current tariff, the technology installed and how much energy you generate.

How Much Does a Daikin Air Source Heat Pump Cost?

To buy and install an air source heat pump you’re likely to be looking at costs between £6,000 – £12,000. However, it’s important to remember that once the upfront cost is taken care of you can look forward to many years of energy savings and potential earnings through the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme which will go a long way towards repaying your investment.

The price you’ll pay will depend on the make and model of the heat pump you choose and which company to carries out the installation, as well as the complexity of the work involved.

Take a look at our comparison of the Best Air Source Heat Pump Manufacturers to compare the key features and typical prices of the leading models.

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