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System types

All the system types we offer

Providing services across a variety of industries

Air Source Heat Pump

(ASHP) is a system which transfers heat from outside to inside a building, or vice versa. In domestic and commercial heating use, an ASHP absorbs heat from outside air and releases it inside the building, as hot air, hot water-filled radiators, underfloor heating and/or domestic hot water supply. Air source pumps serve as an alternative way to heat your space and could be the ideal solution if you want to generate your own heat and potentially save money on your energy bills.

Our company engineers have completed formal training in both the Mitsubishi Ecodan, and Daikin Altherma system and are happy to assist with a certified manufacture warranty installation.

The benefits of air source heat pumps

  • Powered by on average 65%-70% renewable energy extracted from the air and 35% electricity
  • Achieves A+ energy efficiency label
  • Combine your heat pump with solar support to increase your hot water energy savings

Air source heat pumps

The manufacturers we install

Mitsubishi - Ecodan

Air source heat pumps are self-contained units and only require water and electric connections. The range of Ecodan FTC5 cylinders offer a highly adaptable heating solution and are designed to integrate with the Ecodan range and improve performance with faster heat up times through the use of plate heat exchanger technology.

Daikin - Altherma

Air to water high temperature compact design requires minimal installation space and integrates seamlessly with your existing piping and radiator.

Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump

A combination of renewable air-to-water heat pump technology with a gas condensing boiler, to ensure the highest efficiency.

Air conditioning system types

Split systems

Split Systems are ideal for air conditioning in one room or a specific area. A wide variety of models are offered to suit your requirements and are available in either wall mounted or floor standing type. A split air conditioner consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit.

Multi Split systems

Multi-Split systems allow connections of between two and up to eleven indoor fan coil units to a single outdoor unit. The flexibility of the range allows you to create a system that best matches a buildings layout and design. Whereas a split air conditioner is comprised of one compressor and one air outlet and cools only one room at a time. A multi-split air conditioner system lets you cool multiple rooms at a time.

VRF/VRV systems

VRF/VRV system varies based on application. In general, VRF technology provides the ability for multiple indoor units or zones to operate on the same system. VRF systems can either be a heat pump system or a heat recovery system, which provides simultaneous heating and cooling. A VRV system is a multi-split type air conditioner that uses variable refrigerant flow control to provide customers with the ability to maintain individual zone control in each room and floor of a building.

Close Control/ Computer Room Air Conditioning

(CRAC) unit systems are designed for applications where humidity/climate control, high precision air conditioning is essential, including data centre cooling, medium and low density server environments, telecom switching stations, medical operating theatres and clean room environments.

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Our team are specialists in all fields relating to products we supply, install, maintain and repair. We are recognised by many industry leading manufacturers and Health & Safety organisation (SSIP) by gaining accredited and approved status. You can be safe in the knowledge that our team attending your project, job or site are experienced, not only in the health & safety aspects of the project but competent and specialised with the installation and maintenance of the tasks assigned.

Commercial, industrial and retail sectors

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We offer a full range of air conditioning services including; emergency air conditioning repairs, office air conditioning installation and air conditioning maintenance.

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Email: info@impact-pm.co.uk Call: 0203 968 4189

Air conditioning tips

When your indoor evaporator unit leaks, examine the condense tray for evidence of debris. Always ensure that the washable filters are kept clean and free from dust build up.

Emergency repair

If your air conditioning fails, call us and we will organise for one of our fully qualified engineers to come out to you. There is no call out fee.

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