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