Worcester Bosch introduces the CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump

Worcester Bosch has announced the launch of the CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump.

Offering year-round, low-carbon comfort, the product offers homeowners the instant heat, control and comfort they are used to by allowing a heat pump and boiler to work seamlessly together – with the aim to increase adoption of the low-carbon technology.

Co-created with installers’ input and built for speed and simplicity, the new product pairs the CS5800i Heat Pump with the intelligent CS5800i Hybrid Unit – ensuring that homes remain cosy and comfortable, adapting effortlessly to customers’ needs. By harnessing natural energy for everyday heating needs and seamlessly switching to a boiler for extra warmth during chilly spells or the colder months, the CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump delivers electrified heating without losing convenience.

The CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump comes at a perfect time as Brits look towards electrified solutions – its higher-efficiency and carbon-friendly heating aids in the government’s sustainability plans whilst not causing any major disruption to homeowners.

Designed for hassle-free installation without the need for extensive system upgrades, the CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump represents a significant step forward in responsible home heating solutions. By combining efficiency, versatility, and ease of use, Worcester Bosch offers a future-flexible heating solution that meets the demands of today while paving the way for tomorrow.

David Ford, Director at F&P Plumbing & Heating Ltd, said: “The new CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump brings a new form of innovation to the home heating market. The unique design allows the low loss header to be installed to the rear of the boiler and in an external wall, eliminating any space issues when installing. We feel that this makes the CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump a more viable option than a heat pump for the UK market.”

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Services at Worcester Bosch, said:

“The way we heat our homes needs to be flexible if we are to reach our net zero targets. Heat pumps will certainly play a huge part in this, however many homeowners are put off by the disruption and cost retrofitting properties to accommodate the technology.

“This is where hybrid systems can make their mark. By combining a heat pump with a boiler homeowners will ultimately see less disruption and also won’t need to adapt to a new way of heating their homes. We hope the CS5800i helps homeowners across the UK make the shift to low-carbon home heating.”

For more information about the CS5800i Hybrid Heat Pump and other innovative heating solutions from Worcester Bosch, visit https://www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/professional/CS5800i-hybrid