Kensa Heat Pumps provide heating solutions to schools and universities across the UK, in addition to offering industry-leading training and kit to support the expansion of ground source technology and educate potential end users and installers.
Ground source in education: It's textbook
Ground source heat pumps have a dual purpose in education; they provide low cost and reliable heating and hot water whilst generating an annual income, plus provide a real-time learning tool to educate students.
Kensa has installed ground source heat pumps into many schools and colleges in the UK, and also provides demonstration units to training colleges and showrooms to educate students and trade professionals.
Kensa Heat Pumps manufacture a range of ground source heat pump units to act as training tools to suit all academic levels and syllabus requirements, whether you need a basic shell model, a fully working demonstration model, or a complete kit of parts.
In addition to supplying training systems Kensa is committed to providing ongoing professional development via talks, training days, and e-learning support.Read more
If your commercial premises has a high demand for heating and hot water, then linking a number of ground source heat pumps together in a ‘cascaded system’ fed by a central ground array can effectively meet your requirements.Find out more
Which RHI is right for me?
If a commercial premises has a high demand for heating and hot water, then modular cascaded ground source heat pumps provide an effective solution to meet the heat load of the property.
Ground Source Review: Charlestown School, Cornwall. Located next to a busy railway line this school required an efficient heating and cooling system that could operate all year round.
Ground Source Review: Grade Ruan School, Cornwall. An extension to this old Victorian school received state of the art technology courtesy of Kensa Heat Pumps and an 8kW Compact heat pump to keep the pupils warm throughout the coldest of Cornish Winters.
Ground Source Review: Hevingham School, Norfolk. ‘Pioneering Classroom of the future’ – Kensa Heat Pumps feature in this ‘Class of the Future’ alongside solar panels and rain water harvesting.