Star Renewable Energy launch world’s largest industrial air-source heat pump

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Robin Whitlock from renewableenergymagazine.com

Glasgow-based Star Renewable Energy has unveiled its new ‘Neatpump’ air source heat pump for large building retrofits, new buildings and industrial processes.

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The launch of the air source heat pump (ASHP) took place during the 2016 International Low Carbon Heat & Water Conference and Showcase, held at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall in late February. Guests attending the event had a rare opportunity to see the pump in action under test conditions at a facility where the new series of Robot Wars is currently being filmed.

The 700 kilowatt heat pump incorporates a reverse cycle hot gas defrost and active control system which is designed to maximise uptime and efficiency and can generate temperatures of up to 65 degrees C, thereby providing 3 units of heat for each unit of energy consumed.

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