The world's smallest & quietest ground source heat pump
Introducing a new category of ground source heat pumps, the Kensa Shoebox Range, which features the quietest, smallest and most innovative ground source heat pump on the market.
Available in 3kW single compressor models and 6kW twin compressor models, the award-winning Kensa Shoebox Range is an efficient, practical and affordable heating solution engineered to provide both heating and hot water in new build and retrofit multi-dwellings and starter homes.
Designed to displace gas combination boilers as the default choice for smaller properties, the Shoebox Range is the first ground source heat pump solution that can be comfortably installed inside any home due to its low sound levels, output and size.
Small in size, big in space, time & cost savings
Install inside the home
A Kensa Shoebox is designed to fit in the under-sink kitchen cupboard in individual flats and apartments, providing a discreet and independent heating solution.
A Kensa Shoebox and communal ground array (D-VA) costs far less compared to gas boilers with new gas infrastructures, air source heat pumps, and conventionally sized and individual ground source systems.
District heating & the Shoebox: The perfect pairing
The perfect pair for the Kensa Shoebox, Kensa has designed a patent pending ground array design called District-Vertical Array (D-VA), which enables a number of Shoebox units to be connected to one single communal borehole field, qualifying for the generous RHI Phase 1 Commercial Tariff.
Award-winning solution for flats & apartments
Space-saving & silent independent solution
The discreet and super efficient Shoebox reduces wasted space in the property and more importantly, reduces energy bills with no reliance on fossil fuels or supplies.
Plus when used in communal dwellings there is no need to split-bills as each Shoebox offers independent heat and billing.
The Kensa Shoebox is easy for any plumber to install, plus the D-VA communal ground array permits lower cost and quicker ground works due to a smaller number of shallower boreholes, resulting in more efficient project delivery.
The Kensa Shoebox has won many awards and acknowledgements, notably Product Innovation of the Year at the Heat Pump Awards, and receiving the Quiet Mark accreditation as the quietest ground source heat pump on the market.