Grant UK launches small and highly efficient Aerona³ heat pump

6kW Aerona 3 Heat Pump - with logosLeading heating specialist Grant UK has launched their third generation heat pump – the Aerona³, an innovative new inverter driven air to water unit that has an impressive ErP rating of A++.

The Grant Aerona³ produces a consistent heat output while being compact in size, increasing installation choices for engineers. Comprising of three outputs, 6kW, 10kW and 16kW, the unit combines clever design features such as weather compensation controls and a base tray heating element to stop ice formation in cold weather conditions.

Incredibly efficient, the Grant Aerona³ heat pump units will suit homes which want to incorporate renewable technologies when space is at a premium. As with all Grant products, Aerona³ heat pumps are geared towards easy installation and maintenance for both installers and homeowners.

“The launch of the Grant Aerona³ marks a step forward for our air source heat pump products,” explains Anna Wakefield, Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager for Grant UK. “In our 20th year operating in the UK we continue to innovate and bring products to market which are reliable, highly efficient and installer friendly.”

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