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Heat Pump Technology: A Revolution in Renewable Air Conditioning

At Barber & Clarke we believe that to offer the best service to our customers we need to keep up to date with the rapidly changing technologies revolutionising the way air conditioning works. As part of our drive to lead the industry in terms of money saving and environmental systems, we are proud to offer the latest air source heat pump technology.

Heat Pump air conditioning draws energy from the environment in order to provide affordable heating for your premises. It is available in two forms;

Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP), which draws energy from the air and

Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP), which utilises geothermal energy taken directly from the ground.

Follow these links to read more about how it works and about our air source heat pump air conditioning service.

Committed to Innovation

Barber and Clarke are proud to be specialists in the field of renewable air conditioning systems. Our engineers are fully qualified in the design, installation, repair and servicing of ASHP and GSHP air conditioning systems. Our goal is to enable businesses in Essex, Suffolk, Colchester, Ipswich, Cambridge and the surrounding areas to take advantage of the latest green technologies to enhance the comfort of their working environment and save money in the process.
 To speak to one of our team about how our air conditioning service can help reduce your businesses’ carbon footprint, give us a call today on (01473) 420 530 or send us a message by email at info@barberandclarke.co.uk

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Heat Pump Air Conditioning: How it Works

As air conditioning specialists we are committed to advocating and developing innovative systems that both improve your comfort at home or office; and lessen our impact on the environment. At Barber and Clarke our engineering and design team are fully acquainted with the latest in heat pump technology; a revolution in sustainable air conditioning technology. Here is how it works, compared with traditional air conditioning systems.

Basic Principle

In simple terms, most air conditioning systems today are based upon basic refrigeration principles. Heat is removed from air passing through the Indoor unit, and transferred to the Outdoor unit via refrigerant. The heat is then removed from the system by passing ambient air through the Outdoor unit. With the introduction of a reversing valve, the system can basically run in reverse, removing heat from the outside air and releasing it indoors. It should be understood even at sub-zero temperatures outside, heat is still available (absolute zero being -273 Deg C). Unlike most other heating systems, very little heat is actually generated, but simply moved from one place to another. Which is why heat-pump systems are so efficient.

Modern air conditioning systems incorporate many refinements to increase energy efficiency such as DC inverter compressors, new optimised fan and heat exchanger designs, clever controls and even under ground condensers. With the recent addition of self cleaning filters, heat-pump air conditioning systems can stay energy efficient longer between maintenance visits.