Compare Mitsubishi Ground Source Heat Pumps
Mitsubishi ground source heat pumps are powerful heating systems designed for installation in commercial buildings. They’re highly efficient and multiple systems can be installed alongside each other to provide outputs of 960 kW.
When comparing ground source heat pumps, it’s a good idea to make a note of the output rating, efficiency, warranty and price.
- Output: Measured in kilowatts (kW), the output shows the power of the heat pump. Outputs of 45 kW and 60 kW make Mitsubishi ground source heat pumps far too powerful for domestic installation. As an alternative, you may want to consider Mitsubishi air source heat pumps.
- Efficiency: A look at the Coefficient of Performance (CoP) will reveal energy production compared to energy consumed. In certain conditions, Mitsubishi ground source heat pumps have a CoP over 5, making them around 500% efficient. This means that for every kWh of electricity used they will produce 5 times as much heat.
- Warranty: After installing one of their heating systems, the manufacturer will see that you’re covered in the event of a fault. All manufacturers set their own terms and conditions so look into this carefully so that you know what’s covered and for how long.
- Price: As far as heating systems go, ground source heat pumps are one of the more expensive options. Particularly if a powerful option (such as these) is needed for installation in a commercial setting. Despite the potentially high upfront costs, the long term savings on heating bills could, in some cases, help you to see a return on that investment.
Mitsubishi ground source heat pumps
Ecodan CRHV Monobloc
Mitsubishi Ecodan Monobloc ground source heat pumps are a suitable renewable heating system for commercial settings.
- Fit multiple heat pumps to increase the output to 960 kW
- Hot water flow temperature of 65°C
- When multiple heat pumps are installed alongside each other, a heat recovery application can transfer heat between modules
- Low pressure drop to keep energy consumption to a minimum
- Can also be used as a water source heat pump allowing it to extract heat from lakes and rivers
|Mitsubishi Ecodan Ground Source Heat Pumps|
|Output Rating||45 kW||60 kW|
|Coefficient of Performance (B0 / W35)||4.41||4.23|
|Coefficient of Performance (W10 / W35)||5.11||5.08|
|ErP Space Heating Efficiency Class||A++||A++|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||1,561 x 934 x 780mm|
Note: B0/W35 is the temperature of the brine (0C), or antifreeze, which passes through the pipes and the temperature of the hot water delivered to taps. W10/W35 follows the same principle but shows that it’s a water-to-water ground source heat pump.
Benefits of Mitsubishi ground source heat pumps
Heating a property with a Mitsubishi ground source heat pump offers a number of benefits.
Lower heating bills
Heat pumps extract heat from sustainable energy sources which, unlike gas and oil, is readily available and free. As a result, you will likely see your heating bills drop. However, it’s important to be aware that heat pumps require electricity to work so you will increase your electricity bills.
Fewer carbon emissions
Ground source heat pumps don’t emit carbon into the atmosphere as they work to heat the home. So the carbon footprint of your building will be reduced.
Take savings further with solar
Rather than purchasing electricity from a supplier, you could generate your own renewable solar electricity for free. This would help to keep the costs of the increased energy demands to a minimum.
Heat pumps don’t have a combustion chamber which makes them incredibly safe heating systems.
Require little maintenance
A ground source heat pump is largely self-reliant. Once installed, it’s a good idea to have the system inspected by a professional heating engineer but this can be done once every 3-5 years. Having said this, always follow manufacturer instructions.
How much do Mitsubishi ground source heat pumps cost?
A Mitsubishi ground source heat pump is likely to cost up to £12,000 – that’s before installation. Including installation, the costs could rise to around £18,00. This is for the installation of a single heat pump so if you’re planning to install multiple Mitsubishi heat pumps alongside each other, costs will increase.
To keep ground source heat pump costs to a minimum, we highly recommend comparing quotes from at least 3 installers. We can connect you with up to 3 fully-qualified installers in your area and all you need to do is fill in our simple online form. Each installer we connect you with will provide you with a free no-obligation quote for you to then compare.
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