RENEWABLE – DAIKIN ALTHERMA HYBRID
Install a high quality hybrid heat pump with our team in Glasgow
The Daikin Altherma is the most advanced hybrid heat pump yet. There many benefits to investing in a new Daikin hybrid heat pump. At DMS installations in Glasgow, Scotland we can supply your home or business with advanced hybrid technology. Contact us today for a free, no obligation quote.
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Daikin hybrid heat pump installations
Without a doubt, The Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump is one of the most advanced energy solutions in the UK for replacing gas or LPG boilers. At DMS installations in Glasgow, we supply Daikin Altherma Hybrids that are suitable for 2-3 bedroom homes. These models have the strength to heat loads to 12kw-20kW. There are over 8 million UK homes in this category and an estimated 7 out of 10 have gas heating.
Benefits of air source heat pumps
There are many ways the Daikin Altherma hybrid boiler and heat pump can benefit you:
- 35% more effective than new gas condensing boiler
- Delivers efficient domestic hot water heating
- Hassel-free installation, no need to change radiators or internal pipework
- Reduces impact of future energy price increases
- Quick installation process, this means little downtime if your current boiler is broken
- Compact and space saving with dimensions similar to a standard boiler
Is The Daikin Altherma Hybrid Suitable for Your Home?
The Daikin Altherma is a unique system which is fitted as a single, compact indoor unit. There is also a separate outdoor unit which does not require you to change your pipework or radiators.
Looking for a new, affordable energy supply? The advanced technology behind the Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump Scotland is the perfect solution for the replacement of an existing oil boiler with a high efficiency gas boiler.
Heat pumps are also a greener alternative for heating system installation in a new build property.
This form of energy supply can only be installed by technicians that are trained in Daikin Altherma hybrid. To install this method and to make your home as safe as possible they require both F-Gas and Gas Safe certifications. In addition, installers should also be registered as MCS [Microgeneration Certification Scheme] installers.
The Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive [RHI] scheme for domestic properties covers the installation of The Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump. A suitable heat meter and electric meter arrangement will be required. Domestic RHI will pay 7.3p for each kWh of renewable heat generated by the heat pump for a period of 7 years.
Smart Hybrid Logic
The Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump installation is the most advanced yet. This complex system is controlled by smart hybrid logic. The popularity for heat pumps is rising in the UK. Looking to save money on your energy bills? The Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump aims to improve your bank balance as it automatically selects the most cost-effective heating mode at any time of day or night, 365 days a year.
This model is extremely intelligent and will measure external temperatures, internal heat, and hot water demand, as well as the relative cost of gas and electricity.
These systems work to the user’s benefit. Whether you are a home-owner or a tenant, you can input your latest energy tariffs so that the smart hybrid logic control can identify the most economical operating mode. It maximises the use of the heat pump as long as it is more cost-efficient than using the gas boiler.
Clean, renewable energy
It’s time to get rid of your old fashioned heating system that has cost you hundreds of pounds over the years. The Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump is a great option if you are considering on-gas and LPG boilers as there is no need to replace existing radiators and pipework. The Hybrid is most suitable to properties with heat loads from 12kW-20kW, but can cover heat loads up to 27kW.
At any time, the smart logic selects one of four available operating modes to ensure the most economical performance:
Heat pump only – It is most effective when used in mild temperatures. Heat pump capacity and efficiency is high enough to satisfy total demand
First hybrid mode – This mode kicks in when the outdoor temperature drops. Heat pump efficiency falls but continues to operate. Boiler provides additional heat required.
Second hybrid mode – This is should be put into use when the outdoor temperature drops further and the heat pump efficiency reduces.
The unique flow control automatically regulates the variable speed pump to slow the flow rate. This raises the heat pump efficacy for as long as possible before switching totally to boiler mode.
Boiler only – The boiler only function should be activated when the outdoor temperature is at its lowest, the system temperature requirement is at its peak. In these conditions, the pump is less economical, so only the boiler operates.