Heat pumps are an excellent all-round heating, cooling and hot water management system.
With excellent efficiency ratings, potentially no emissions and the ability to connect to a variety of different emitters they can amount to significant savings on annual energy bills, reduce your carbon footprint and meet any heating, cooling and hot water needs you may have.
Ground-source heat pump solutions
Something for every type of home
Whether it's for a new built home, a green home or a large-scale renovation Daikin ground-source heat pumps offer a lot of versatility to fit your home and needs.
Daikin Altherma 3 GEO
Floor-standing unit with integrated hot water tank
All-in-one: Heating, cooling, and hot water management with just one unit.
Ultimate efficiency: Utilising primarily renewable energy
Whisper quiet: Indoor unit operation that you almost forget it’s there
Flexible control: Manage your unit via the built in MMI, Daikin Madoka or the Onecta app
The perfect choice if:
- You are committed in investing in a highly efficient and environmentally friendly system
- You are building a new home or planning a large-scale renovation
- You have a sufficiently large outdoor area
- You live in an area that reaches extreme temperatures in the winter
- You are looking for a long-term and reliable system with minimal service and maintenance needs.
Ground-source temperature heat pump emitter combinations
Daikin ground-source heat pumps are designed to work for you, that’s why they can be combined with different emitters to meet any need you have, whether it’s heating, cooling, hot water, ventilation or all of the above.
Completely space-saving and efficient, pairing underfloor heating with a low temperature heat pump ensures a steady temperature throughout your home.
Heat pump convectors
One of the best connection options for your heat pump. Daikin HPCs work in a similar way as traditional radiators with added functionality of cooling and fresh air supply.
Made for efficiency using approximately 30% less energy and lower temperatures (between 45°C and 55°C) in contrast to older radiators (between 70°C and 80°C).
Traditional radiators found in older homes or homes utilising older boiler systems and require high water temperatures (between 70°C and 80°C).
Hot water tanks and thermal stores
For non-integrated units. Daikin’s offering provides both a pressure-less system for new homes or pressurised solar powered system for existing homes.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A heat pump is a “middle-man” that can seamlessly manage a home’s heating, cooling and hot water needs through its connections to different emitters such as: underfloor heating, heat pump convectors and domestic hot water tanks.
A heat pump works by effectively creating a circuit. This circuit begins where the available heat is drawn from the ground, transferred to the refrigerant, which then transports and transfers it to your heating system, creating warm air or water for space and central heating, as well as hot water for domestic use.
A ground-source heat pump offers the most versatility in terms of emitter combinations. It can effectively be connected to modern or older radiators, underfloor heating and heat pump convectors.