Find out how and why to transition to heat pumps – as Panasonic’s Harvey Loyal gives a quick and easy overview at the Installer Show – BESA Theatre on 23rd June at 13.00
With new SAP10 regulations coming into force on 15th June 2022, more housing providers than ever will be looking to be fully compliant and ready to switch to more renewable heating systems for their new build projects, such as air source heat pumps. In addition, homeowners are now more inclined to switch to more low carbon solutions and therefore making the size of the market and opportunities for installers a good time to invest and to become involved.
Harvey Loyal, Air-to-Water Specification Sales Manager for Panasonic, is speaking at the Installer Show in the BESA Theatre on 23rd June at 13.00, on ‘How and why to transition to heat pumps – a quick and easy overview’.
The session will look at the new SAP10 regulations, the need to decarbonise heating and how heat pumps can play their part in the solution. The talk will explore the size of the market and highlight opportunities for installers and engineers, including incentives and why now is the right time to train as a heat pump engineer and make the switch to renewable technologies. The session will also look at a comparison between air source heat pumps and boiler installations, cover basic principles of heat pumps from how they work and the refrigeration cycle, to suitable applications and the performance that can be achieved.
Panasonic is a world leader in heating and cooling, with over 60 years in the industry. The company invests heavily in R&D to develop new solutions to advance the market, with a huge emphasis on environmental impact, hence the investment in emerging low carbon technologies such as air source heat pumps. Panasonic’s Aquarea range of low carbon solutions offer the peak of comfort, efficiency and low energy costs.
Panasonic’s PRO Partner programme enables installers and other trade partners to take advantage of a wide range of benefits including business and marketing support services, and access to free training. PRO Partners are also able to collect rewards redeemable against Panasonic HVAC+R products, Panasonic consumer goods and BESA services such as training, assessment and site cards. The scheme offers a sliding scale from a basic level of engagement to a business partnership approach at the top Elite PRO Partner – details and how to register are available at –www.panasonicpropartner.co.uk.
Panasonic will be exhibiting at the Installer Show (NEC, Birmingham on 21-23 June 2022 – Stand D11). The team look forward to welcoming installers to the stand to share its latest smart building technological innovations and smart building tools which make specifying, installing and maintaining its heating, cooling and hot water systems as simple as possible.
To book your place to attend the Installer Show 2022, please visit – https://installer-2022-visitor.reg.buzz/panasonic.
For more information on Panasonic low carbon solutions, please visit – www.aircon.panasonic.eu.