Energy Labels A+ to A+++

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Energy labels

T he energy efficiency categories for heating heat pumps are based on a seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP). This depends firstly on the climatic region and secondly on the potential heating system. Europe is divided for this purpose into three climatic regions. For radiators and underfloor heating systems, the different flow temperatures and possible energy efficiency categories are shown on the Energy Labels.

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S tand-alone heat pumps are rated a maximum of A++ and as part of integrated system can be rated as an A+++. Heating boilers (oil, gas, bio-mass) on the other hand are rated A at best, and in some cases as low as C or D. If the end-user is interested in top efficiency that is A+++ energy class rating they should look at heat pump as part of an integrated system.

A+ to A+++

T he rating system for heat pumps classifies them into nine efficiency categories. The best category is A++ and A+++. The labels are applied to heat pumps as single source of heating, and combined with domestic hot water preparation as well as the whole integrated system, including solar thermal power, temperature control, etc. Domestic Danfoss air and ground source heat pumps come with the highest rating from A+ up to A+++ depending on the model,  receivers and integrated system.
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Energy labels and energy class

Danfoss heat pumps are one of the market leaders in terms of efficiency and hot water production. All Danfoss systems are tested to 14815 & 16147 standards as per the new SEAI heat pump methodology.
Please see documents below.

Air Source Heat Pumps

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