New heat pumps and pellet stoves from Waterford Stanley
Waterford Stanley has announced it latest line-up of renewable heating products, comprising air-to-water heat pumps, and room and central heating pellet stoves designed to meet Ecodesign 2022, the new European standard for lowering emissions from wood burning and multi-fuel stoves.
Robert Moore, head of sales at Waterford Stanley said: “It’s an exciting and challenging time. Our product portfolio has undergone tremendous change with a significant move to renewable energy solutions including electric, pellet and heat pumps.”
Waterford Stanley offers two variable output heat pump options, the HP7 (7 kW) and the HP12 (12 kW). Both models are inverter controlled, allowing the heat pump output to match the heat requirement of the house. The heat pumps also have intelligent software that will adapt to the heat requirement of the house over the first three days of use.
The heat pumps come with either a 50-litre buffer tank including a circulation pump for homes with an existing cylinder, or a 200-litre glass-lined cylinder together with a 50-litre buffer tank and circulation pump and heater, all in a single unit.
“Any unit within the A++ rated Stanley range can deliver up to five times the amount of energy for every 1 kW of electricity,” the company said.
Smart remote access to your heating system lets users control settings and temperature. All models feature a web module which enables full remote diagnostic access, and independent data logging of electrical energy is used in the provision of central heating and domestic hot water. Full Stanley technical advisory services are also available.
Meanwhile Waterford Stanley’s pellet burning stoves offer up to 96 per cent efficiency and are electronically controlled through a remote control or in-built programmer. There are five room heating models available in different colour finishes, providing between 3 kW and 9 kW heat output to the room; all are balanced flued.
The company’s central heating pellet stoves heat from eight to sixteen radiators depending on the model, and all three models have large internal hoppers and self-cleaning burners, meaning less refuelling and reduced waste. They are fully adjustable in terms of time and temperature including sleep timer and programmable controller with up to six on/off times per day.
Waterford Stanley has also announced the appointment of Donal Reilly to the position of heat pump business development manager, covering the whole island of Ireland. He has a background in both heating, plumping and renewable energy technologies.
Donal is a fully qualified civil engineer and is also FETAC qualified in the following areas: BER assessing, air source heat pumps, solar thermal and biomass. He has also spent two years teaching HETAC accredited renewable energy courses in GMIT Galway.
For more information see www.waterfordstanley.com.
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