A 300kW Kensa Commercial Plant Room Heat Pump was selected for The Gateway Visitors Centre at the Cotswold Water Park. Kensa Heat Pumps was selected for their technical expertise and product and application superiority. The team followed a comprehensive assessment of the building and site potential, heat loss calculations and energy source in line with total project objectives and the high standards expected by the Cotswold Water Park.
The heat pumps are connected to the buildings heating and cooling distribution system, which consists of underfloor heating in winter and chilled water fan coils for cooling in summer.
With a total heating and cooling capacity in excess of 300 kW, this is one of Europes largest pond heating/cooling heat pump systems. All the components were specified, designed, manufactured and installed by Kensa Heat Pumps. Carbon savings over traditional air conditioning/boiler combinations have been estimated at around 50 tonnes per year.