The Shoebox Heat Pump

The Kensa Shoebox Heat pump is a small, quiet, MCS-accredited and British-made ground source heat pump specifically designed to provide both space heating and domestic hot water in new build and retrofit properties that require a load of 3kW to 6kW.

This video showcases the Shoebox heat pump, the world’s smallest ground source heat pump; the perfect pair for district heating schemes featuring Kensa’s innovative Shared Ground Loop Array design.

Benefiting from Kensa’s award-winning engineering ingenuity, the Shoebox created a new category of ground source heat pump, spearheading the mainstream adoption of renewable heating in the residential sector.

About the Shoebox ground source heat pump:

  • Install inside the home
  • Unique space-saving solution
  • Exceptional acoustic design and insulation for quiet operation
  • Delivers 100% of heating and hot water needs
  • ErP A+ efficiency rating
  • Hassle-free connection to the electricity grid (ENA Connect & Notify approved)
  • Low running costs and zero carbon emissions and air pollution
  • The Shoebox ground source heat pump is ideal for shared ground loop array heat networks with flats and smaller houses.

For more information on the Shoebox Series click here.

*Please note: the Non-Domestic RHI funding stream mentioned in this video has now expired. Explore other funding options here.
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