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Fill out the biggest ever heat pump survey

The biggest survey to ever run in the heat pump sector has been launched, to understand the heat pump installation industry and the people who work within it, so the sector can grow and develop. Nesta is collaborating with Emma Bohan, general manager at IMS Heat Pumps, and Nathan van Gambling, educator, industry expert, host […]

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Smart HTC (Heating Transfer Coefficient) – What Installers need to know

In his exclusive series of articles for Installer, Nathan James Van Gambling, host of the award-winning BetaTalk podcast, takes a look at HTC (Heating Transfer Coefficient), and how smart technology is making things easier for engineers. The Bright app is an application that helps people monitor their energy usage, developed by Hildebrand, experts in Smart Meters and […]

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Air-to-air, air-to-water, the different types of heat pumps

In his new series of articles for Installer, Nathan James Van Gambling, host of the award-winning BetaTalk podcast, takes a look at the different types of heat pump systems. Millions of people in the UK are kept warm each winter in the indoor spaces outside of their homes with heat pumps. A heat pump is something that […]

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What a house warming party can teach us about compensation controls

In his exclusive column for Installer, Nathan James Van Gambling, host of the award-winning BetaTalk podcast takes an in-depth look at compensation controls: The average home in the UK (despite them being called leaky) needs approximately 8000 Joules of heat per second, otherwise known as 8000 watts of power (8kW) to maintain an internal temperature of 21 […]

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Solar thermal – What installers need to know

In his new series of articles for Installer, Nathan James Van Gambling, host of the award-winning BetaTalk podcast, continues to look at the role solar thermal could play for UK homes. In our last article, we talked about how the water temperature in our radiators should constantly change. If it’s cold outside, heat will leave through the […]

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