Kensa unveils a new heat pump for 2017…

The Kensa ‘Evo’
The Kensa ‘Evo’
The Kensa ‘Evo’
The Kensa ‘Evo’

Kensa Heat Pumps has released details of a brand-new ‘Evo’ series, which claims to deliver significantly improved efficiencies.

Offering a 15% gain in efficiency in order to minimise running costs and maximise income via the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive, the Kensa ‘Evo’ is available to pre-order in January 2017 for delivery from spring in 7kW, 9kW and 13kW single phase models.

The ERP A++ rated ‘Evo’ delivers heating and hot water to 60°C with efficiencies of SCOPs to 4.2 at 35°C, along with significantly reduced noise outputs, packaged in a contemporary contoured gunmetal and gloss-white finish, punctuated by a custom built control panel unique to the Kensa series.

Simon Lomax, managing director, said: “The Kensa ‘Evo’ represents a significant step forward and is a testimony to the ingenuity of an engineering team which focuses exclusively on ground source heat pumps (GSHPs). The ‘Evo’ series is more efficient and we have also worked hard to reduce noise levels to industry-leading levels. We have also not forgotten that the ‘Evo’ must be simple-to-install and maintain.”

James Standley, operations director, added: “All of the ‘off-the-shelf’ controllers failed to deliver all the functionality demanded by our specification so we have designed a bespoke control unit.”

Designed for larger new builds and renovation projects, the ‘Evo’ will supplement Kensa’s Shoebox 3kW and 6kW models which are ideally suited for smaller new builds.

Simon continued: “With the Shoebox and our new ‘Evo’ series, alongside our Twin Compact and Plantroom models, Kensa has a product portfolio that suits every application, and all models are backed-up by our exceptional technical support.

“We are proud that BSRIA Market Reports have confirmed Kensa as the leading UK supplier of GSHPs for the past four years, and we are confident that we can build upon this success with the ‘Evo’ series to support the government’s ambitious targets for heat pump deployment.”

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