Baxi Assure Air Source Heat Pumps

Each Baxi Assure ASHP system delivers exceptional reliability and performance, and can be purchased with a Reassurance or Comfort accessory pack as part of a complete, packaged solution.

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) are forming a key part of the residential energy transition and offer a highly-efficient alternative to conventional domestic heating.

They work by taking heat from the air, converting it into usable heat in the home. Available in either Split or Monobloc configurations and compatible with the Baxi Assure ASHP Cylinder, our ASHPs can be tailored to meet each property’s needs without compromising performance or user-friendliness.

For convenience and to ease specification, tailored accessory packs are available for each model, providing all the necessary parts for installation.

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  • How do air source heat pumps work?
  • What are heat pumps?
  • Air Source Heat Pump Q & A
  • What is Net zero carbon

An air source heat pump takes heat from the air and boosts it to a higher temperature using a compressor. It then transfers the heat to the heating system in the home. It works a bit like a refrigerator in reverse. 

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A heat pump is a mechanical device that extracts heat that is present in the air, ground or water and boosts it so it can be used for heat and hot water in buildings. 

As most of the heat comes from the environment and the electricity used to run the heat pump comes from our ever-decarbonising electrical grid, heat pumps are extremely green.

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Will my customer’s heating be hot enough when using an ASHP?

When sizing a heat pump, you will need to carry out a full design heat loss calculation for the property. Most current designs for domestic systems are based on a potential 80-degree flow temp. Heat pumps are usually at a 50-55degree flow temp. A design allows for the correct sizing of the radiators/emitters and makes sure that even at lower temperatures, the emitters can still heat the home.

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Net zero carbon is when the amount of carbon dioxide we add to the atmosphere is the same or less than as the amount taken out of the atmosphere.  Achieving net zero carbon by 2050 is a legal target for the UK.

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Our sustainability pledge

At Baxi, our pledge is to be carbon neutral in all our operations by 2030, and to lead the phase-out of carbon intensive heating by ensuring every product we make from 2025 will work with low carbon energy.

We believe that our commitment to being a cleaner, greener manufacturer and solutions provider can help our customers to reduce the carbon footprints of their homes and businesses and achieve their sustainability goals by using a mix of technologies.

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