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Heat Pumps - A Guidance document for designers (BG 7/2009)

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Heat pumps are increasingly being considered as an alternative to combustion-based heating plant as a means to reduce operating costs and carbon emissions, and are now the fastest growing form of heating in the UK. This new guide explains the design of heat-pump based heating...

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Overview

Heat pumps are increasingly being considered as an alternative to combustion-based heating plant as a means to reduce operating costs and carbon emissions, and are now the fastest growing form of heating in the UK.

This guide explains the design of heat-pump based heating and cooling systems to maximise the benefits of reducing operating costs and carbon emissions while avoiding excessive capital costs for plant and infrastructure.

The guide's emphasis is on the application of packaged heat pump plant for residential and small commercial buildings, and it also includes information on component-based plant for larger scale applications.

Can also be purchased as part of our Renewables Set (R1/2009).

Product details

  • Publisher: BSRIA
  • Published: October 2009
  • Author: Brown R
  • ISBN-13: 9780860226864