Water Source Heat Pump in Sabrina 5 Canal Barge

In this unique installation, a Kensa 6kW Shoebox is drawing heat from the water in the docks to warm the hold of the ‘Sabrina 5’ barge, which forms part of the National Historic Fleet and is an interactive exhibit at the Gloucester Waterways Museum.

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Case Studies: Sabrina 5 canal barge

Ground Source Review: Sabrina 5. In this unique installation, a Kensa 6kW Shoebox is drawing heat from the water in the docks to warm the hold of the ‘Sabrina 5’ barge, which forms part of the National Historic Fleet and is an interactive exhibit at the Gloucester Waterways Museum.


What is a Water Source Heat Pump?

A water source heat pump uses submerged pipework to absorb energy from water sources such as lakes, ponds, rivers, aquifers and mine water. It’s the same unit as a ground source heat pump, however, the heat source they use and the way they collect the heat is different.


Ground Source Heat Pumps for Marine & Leisure

Whether you’re a boat owner in need of marine heating or a homeowner seeking a smart way to heat a swimming pool, a ground source heat pump is the perfect low-carbon heating alternative. Our extensive marine and leisure experience includes projects such as lifeboats, barges, hot tubs and indoor swimming pools.