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As an expert in sustainable and eco-friendly heating and ventilation systems, BBM is here to guide you toward solutions that not only keep  indoor spaces comfortable but also minimize the carbon footprint. In today's world, where environmental consciousness is paramount, it's crucial to make informed choices when it comes to heating and ventilation.

Understanding Sustainable Heating and Ventilation Systems

Sustainable heating and ventilation systems are designed to maximize energy efficiency while minimizing environmental impact. They leverage cutting-edge technologies and eco-friendly practices to ensure that your indoor climate control is both comfortable and responsible.

Benefits of Sustainable HVAC Systems

Energy Efficiency: Sustainable systems are incredibly energy-efficient, reducing your energy bills and greenhouse gas emissions.

Improved Indoor Air Quality: These systems often include advanced air filtration and purification, ensuring cleaner, healthier air for you and your occupants.

Reduced Carbon Footprint: By relying on renewable energy sources or highly efficient equipment, sustainable HVAC systems help combat climate change.

Long-Term Cost Savings: While the initial investment may be higher, sustainable systems often pay for themselves over time through energy savings and reduced maintenance. 

Heat Pumps

SAHP Solar-assisted Heat Pumps are renewable, cost effective water heating systems. Harnessing renewable energy to heat water efficiently. 

The requirement to reduce energy bills and carbon emissions are driving the demand for alternative forms of water heating. SAHP’s range of Solar assisted Heat Pump Water Heaters meet this demand. 

The SAHP product range can be best described as ‘a fridge in reverse’. Most people understand that the panel on the back of their fridge is an important factor in keeping its contents cold. Reversing this principle by using an aluminium evaporator (panel) to absorb heat rather than reject heat, allows us to utilise the ambient air temperature (day and night, all year) to change the refrigerant liquid circulating through the panel from a liquid state to a gaseous state.  The returning refrigerant, now heated and in a gaseous state is then compressed and heated further. The compressed refrigerant is then passed through a heat exchanger where the heat is transferred to the water, heating it up to 55OC.

The award winning SAHP combines our innovative Solar Assisted Heat Pump technology with a highly insulated vented / unvented indirect duplex stainless steel hot water cylinder.