Oceanair are a specialist heat pump distributor, they work with consultants and contractors to develop energy efficient solutions that deliver return on investment. They supply air to water, air to air, VRF and Gas engine heat pumps. They provide commissioning; technical support and specialist servicing utilising manufacturers service software.
Winner of 2013 Distributor of the year
Finalist 2013 National Heat pump awards
Finalist 2013 Cooling Industry awards Heat Pump Project of the year
Heat pumps, Heat recovery ventilation, Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
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Replace Megaflo hot water heater that was using electric heater elements to heat the hot water for the restaurant.
New technology solution
Install air to water heat pump with thermal store and heat recovery interceptor to take advantage of the waste heat from the cook line and transfer into the hot water tank.
Capital cost: £7,000
Energy saving: £4,221
Carbon saving (tCO2e):11.9 tonnes of Carbon
£1,389 climate change levy
Project payback: 18 months
Energy meters were installed at two like for like sites one in Leeds the other in Meadowhall, the total amount of water consumed was also measured along with all electrical power including back up immersion heaters (which have never been in use) The results proved that the heat pump saved 71.5% of the energy being used.
We strive for sustainability wherever possible right across our business and were keen to trial air to water heat pumps at our new Sheffield restaurant. The results of the trial show us that we can achieve significant savings on our energy costs as well as reducing our Carbon footprint. We hope to now install Aquarea units at all our new developments and retro fit ASHP’s to our existing 50 restaurants.
Alison Stanton, Development Director
Follow this link to see how Oceanair contributed to a DECC report recommending RHI for gas engine heat pumps
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