The product is designed to deliver high water temperatures whilst consuming less energy than more traditional heating systems.
The brand is the first in its sector to attain the label, which will be an indication to consumers that the product has higher energy efficiency and less global warming impact than other heat pump products.
A number of factors are taken into account when applying for the Eco-label, including;
Refrigerant global warming potential (GWP)
Absence of RoHS substances
10 years availability of spare parts
Detailed information at point of sale
The aim of the Eco-label initiative is to limit the environmental impacts from electrically driven heat pumps through their manufacture and operation.
Space Airconditioning plc,
Willway Court, 1 Opus Park,
Phone: 0333 0069 755
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