Compare Air Source Heat Pumps by Grant

Compare Air Source Heat Pumps by Grant

Grant air source heat pump

For over 40 years Grant specialised in oil fired boilers for off-grid homes, but today the company is leading the charge in the pursuit of renewable heating alternatives. Included in the range is the Aerona³, a highly efficient MCS approved air to water heat pump which delivers exceptional performance, reliability and value.

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Grant Air Source Heat Pumps

Grant’s Aerona³ air source heat pumps have been designed as an alternative heating system for off-grid homes. By extracting latent heat from the air around your home the heat pump can produce hot water for both your heating and domestic use with free renewable energy.

The Grant Aerona³ is available in 3 sizes to suit a range of homes and the Grant Aerona³ R32, which uses a more environmentally friendly refrigerant chemical, is available with a 12 kW capacity.

Grant Aerona³ Air Source Heat Pump 6kW Grant Aerona³ Air Source Heat Pump 10kW Grant Aerona³ Air Source Heat Pump 16kW Grant Aerona³ R32 Air Source Heat Pump 12kW
Dimensions in mm (H x W x D) 675 x 825 x 327 882 x 850 x 357 1418 x 1000 x 357 1418 x 1000 x 330
ErP Rating (Heating / Hot Water) A++ / A A++ / A A++ / A A++ / A
Seasonal Coefficient of Performance (SCoP) 4.34 4.35 4.1 4.79
Guarantee Up to 5 years Up to 5 years Up to 5 years Up to 7 years
Min / Max operating temperature -20 – 43°C -20 – 43°C -20 – 43°C -20 – 43°C
Sound Power Level (dB) (Internal / External) 42 / 63 46 / 67 42 / 63 41 / 62
Operating Voltage (V) 230 230 230 230

Grant Aerona³ Air Source Heat Pump

Available in 3 sizes, the Aerona³ is the third generation of heat pumps by Grant UK. These innovative inverter driven heat pumps will work efficiently even when temperatures drop as low as -20°C. The Grant Aerona³ features weather compensation controls and a base tray heating element to prevent ice formation in winter. The system is compact in size which is perfect for homes where space is limited and enables an easier installation.

Grant Aerona³ R32 Air Source Heat Pump

The latest addition to Grant’s air source heat pump range is the Aerona³ R32 which is named after the R32 refrigerant it uses. This refrigerant has a considerably lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) compared to other typical heat pump refrigerants such as R410. This makes it a more environmentally friendly option and complies with the upcoming legislative targets.


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Why Consider a Grant Air Source Heat Pump?

Lower Energy Bills

For every 1kW of energy an air source heat pump uses, it produces 3kW of energy. When you consider that even the most efficient boiler is only 92-93% efficient (losing the remaining 7-8% of energy through waste gases), it’s easy to see where the energy bill savings come from.

Better for the Environment

Using free air to heat your home and hot water rather than fossil fuels like gas and oil will significantly lower both your impact on the environment and your energy bills. Although heat pumps use a small amount electricity to run they can cut a home’s carbon emissions by as much as 50%.

In addition, the Grant Aerona³ R32 is the first monobloc R32 air source heat pump to be launched which makes it even more of an environmentally sound choice.

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 Grant 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

When installed by an MCS accredited company, an air-to-water heat pump 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 Grant Air Source Heat Pump Cost?

The average cost of installing an air source heat pump system is around £6,000 – £12,000. The exact price you’ll pay will depend on the model and size of the heat pump you choose and which company to carries out the installation.

Once the heat pump is installed 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.

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