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Kensa Heat Pumps

Shoebox NX

Shoebox NX

With a COP of 4.36 – one of the highest on the market for a small heat pump – and an Energy Rated Performance (ErP) of A+++, the Shoebox NX is incredibly efficient and, therefore, cheap to run. Co-efficient of Performance (COP) benchmarks heat pump quality and efficiency.

The heat pump harnesses naturally occurring renewable energy and concentrates this into a high temperature to provide heating and hot water to a dwelling. For every 1kW of electricity used to run the heat pump, over 4kW of heat is produced – making the Shoebox NX over 400% efficient.

It delivers hot water up to 64℃ and can even be configured to provide passive cooling in the summer months, a valuable feature for combatting overheating, particularly in high-rise buildings. The Shoebox NX is a compact powerhouse with a modern and stylish design, making it a premium product. It can be tucked away in a kitchen or airing cupboard, and its pared-back footprint frees up vital storage space in a home.

Visit Kensa Heat Pumps at stand 5F68 at InstallerSHOW

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