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A House with an Air Source Heat Pump Diagram

Air Source 
Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPS, for short) use the warmth from the air outside to heat our homes. A cool liquid inside the air source heat pump absorbs warmth from the atmosphere. The warm liquid is then pushed through a compressor where the temperature increases. The pump transfers this heat into energy, warming the water in your central heating system, or storing it in a hot water cylinder. Installing an AHSP is an affordable and sustainable choice that can provide a stable source of cheap heat for your home.

A House with an Air Source Heat Pump Diagram

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Unit 5
Chapel Street
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