FAQ

Heat Pumps - Can a heat pump produce hot water?

Yes a heat pump can produce adequate domestic hot water for all normal use. Generally, we recommend to heat a hot water cylinder to 45 - 50°c. This is warm enough for all washing and bathing. We try to encourage customers to find a happy medium, as the golden rule with all heat pump systems is to keep the output temperature as low as possible while maintaining comfort. Over 50°c normally means that you would need to turn the cold tap on to cool the water, it makes no sense to heat the water and to then cool it at point of use.

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