Beta Talk

The second installment of the MCS sponsored BetaTalk podcast series featuring heating engineers and Kensa Heat Pumps is now available to listen to here.

Listen to the second Podcast here

The second episode explores:

  • Utilities – The concept of ground arrays replacing the gas infrastructure as a service;
  • Community – the wider community benefits of communal ground arrays and why keeping it locally makes sense;
  • RHI – The impact the Renewable Heat Incentive has had on the ground source heat pump industry;
  • Solar thermal – The integration of solar thermal with ground source heat pumps;
  • Training – The importance of training installers to deliver quality installations;
  • Controls – The importance of educating installers and end users on how to use ground source heat pump controls and what to expect;
  • Commissioning – What to expect during a Kensa commissioning;
  • Inverters – The role of Fixed speed compressors VS inverter driven heat pumps;
  • Expectations – We discuss how heat pump systems run very differently to conventional systems;
  • MCS – The MCS process and Kensa’s installer network.

Darren Veal, Technical Sales Support & Commissioning Engineer, and Ally Cook, MCS Compliance Coordinator, also explain why Kensa doesn’t allow Kensa ground source heat pump products to be bought off the shelves. Darren says:

We don’t just sell systems, we design them.

The difference between buying a heat pump and buying a designed heat pump system is the difference between a happy and an unhappy customer – lower bills, better efficiencies, better comfort levels.

For all of this and more, listen to the podcast here.

Listen to the second Podcast here

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