Compare Air Source Heat Pumps by Mitsubishi

Compare Air Source Heat Pumps by Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi air source heat pump

An air source heat pump from Mitsubishi’s Ecodan range is the ideal solution for homes looking for a new heating system which will lower energy bills and reduce your carbon emissions. Ecodan heat pumps are low maintenance, quiet when running and available in a range of outputs to suit new or old homes of most sizes.

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Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pumps

Ecodan heating systems are self-contained units which are usually installed in less than 2 days. There are 4 models to choose from including both Monobloc (all-in-one outdoor units) and Split systems which have separate units for indoors and outdoors. You’ll need to consult a professional heat pump engineer who will be able to assess which output size is best for your home and hot water demand.

Mitsubishi PUHZ air source heat pumps can be cascaded, i.e. you can combine up to 6 units to increase your capacity up to as much as 84kW which might be of use to commercial installations. And if you’re looking for a heat pump to work alongside a traditional boiler, the Ecodan PUHZ Split system can work as a hybrid so you have the energy saving benefits of an air source heat pump with the backup of a boiler.

Ecodan PUHZ Monobloc Air Source Heat Pump Ecodan PUHZ-SW Split Air Source Heat Pump Ecodan QUHZ Monobloc Air Source Heat Pump Ecodan PUHZ Monobloc Standalone Ultra Quiet Air Source Heat Pump
Available Capacities (kW) 5, 8.5, 11.2, 14 5, 7.5, 12 4.5 8.5, 11.2
ErP Rating (Space heater / Combination Heater) A++ A++ / A A+ / A A++ / A
Flow Rate (litres/min) 14.3 – 40.1 11.8 – 45.9 3 – 8 25.8 – 32.1
Minimum Operating Temperature

5kW: -15°C
8.5 & 11.2kW: -20°C
14kW: -25°C
5kW: -15°C
7.5 & 12kW: -20°C
-15°C -20°C
Dimensions in mm (W x H x D) 5kW: 950 x 330 x 740
8.5kW: 950 x 330 x 943
11.2kW: 1020 x 330 x 1350
14kW: 1020 x 330 x 1350
5kW: 809 x 300 x 630
7.5: 950 x 330 x 943
12kW: 950 x 330 x 1350
809 x 300 x 715 1050 x 480 x 1020

Ecodan PUHZ Monobloc Air Source Heat Pump

This all-in-one unit can be cascaded up to a capacity of 84 kW with 6 units working together. It offers 2-zone space heating and can be installed in most types of home and small commercial properties.

Ecodan QUHZ Monobloc Air Source Heat Pump

This all-in-one heat pump is designed for installation in new builds with high levels of insulation. As there shouldn’t be as much of a demand for space heating most of the energy is used to produce hot water. It is best suited for small homes and flats.

Ecodan PUHZ Monobloc Standalone Ultra Quiet Air Source Heat Pump

The PUHZ Monobloc Ultra Quiet heat pump does just what it says on the tin. It’s the latest advancement in Mitsubishi’s technology delivering both improved efficiency and is 3 x quieter than previous models.

Ecodan PUHZ-SW Split Air Source Heat Pump

The Ecodan split air source heat pump range includes 5, 7.5 and 12kW sizes is suited to both domestic and small commercial properties. Unlike the Monobloc, this system includes an indoor and an outdoor unit.


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Why Consider a Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump?

Save Money on Energy Bills

Ecodan air source heat pumps use 1kW of electricity to extract 2.2kW of renewable heat energy from the air and produce a highly efficient output of 3.2kW heat. This heats refrigerant in the system which can then heat your home water. So an air source heat pump from Mitsubishi actually generates 3 times as much energy as it uses; when you compare that to a traditional boiler which turns a maximum 92% of the fuel it uses into energy (with the rest being lost to waste gases), the energy saving potential is clear.

Lower Carbon Footprint

Most of the energy an air source heat pump uses to run comes 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. In fact, in some homes a heat pump system can reduce carbon emissions by as much as 50%.

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 will work in the worst UK temperatures as they are designed to cope with temperatures as low as -20°C.

Low Noise

Ecodan air source heat pumps are very quiet which means you have much more flexibility in where you can choose to place it. In fact, according to Mitsubishi, the latest PUHZ Ultra Quiet Monobloc has sound pressure levels similar to the average library!

Intelligent Controls

Your Ecodan heat pump is incredibly easy to control with the Mitsubishi Electric MELCloud app. With your smart device you can control both hot water and heating functions and benefit from other features such as frost protection, holiday mode, a 7 day weekly schedule, energy / running costs report and a live weather feed.

Earn Money Through the RHI Scheme

When installed by an MCS accredited company, a Mitsubishi 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 Mitsubishi 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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