New hydronic module technology makes installing heat pumps a lot easier

A leading manufacturer of renewable technologies has launched a new hydronic module which will significantly reduce the installation time of its range of air source heat pumps.
HM trend full webThe new Stiebel Eltron HM Trend is a pre-plumbed and pre-wired hydronic module which links the hot water cylinder to the heat pump.
The HM Trend incorporates the controller, the 24 litre expansion vessel and the 3-2 way diverter valve. The fact that the HM Trend is pre-plumbed and pre-wired significantly reduces the installation time of the heat pump and eliminates the risk of error during the installation process.
The HM Trend is made from sheet steel with an EPP insulation core and has been created for internal wall mounting.
Mark McManus, Managing Director of Stiebel Eltron UK said that the launch of the HM Trend will make life significantly easier for installers.
Mark said: “The HM Trend is Stiebel Eltron’s latest initiative which aims to make the installation of Stiebel Eltron heat pumps even easier for our installers. The development of the HM Trend will make the installation process seamless, significantly reducing the installation time of the heat pump – allowing installers to plug and play.”
HM Trend is the latest in a line of additional benefits created by Stiebel Eltron for installers and end consumers.
Mark said: “Stiebel Eltron UK is constantly looking to improve our products and services to installers. The introduction of HM Trend has come directly as a result of the close partnership we have with many installers across the UK.”
Stiebel Eltron has recently launched its Installer Packs and Internet Service Gateway.  The Installer Packs make it easy for installers to decide which of its air source heat pump products would work best for a particular project. The Internet Service Gateway allows domestic users to adjust the settings of their ground or air source heat pumps. They can do this on their smartphones, tablets or desktop PCs.
The launch of HM Trend comes at an exciting time for Stiebel Eltron UK. The company is seeing strong demand for its products in both commercial and residential projects across the UK.
In 2014, Stiebel Eltron launched its next generation of heat pumps. The company’s WPF products are designed specifically for domestic installations and operate up to 13kW in single phase. The product has a high level of integration making it easier to installers to install.
The WPC range is designed for ease of installation in more confined spaces and products offer the complete solution of domestic hot water (DHW) and central heating.

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