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Panasonic signs heat pump distribution agreement

Panasonic has signed a distribution agreement for its super-efficient Aquarea air source heat pump range with Waxman Renewables. 

Chairman, Richard Waxman, said: “The partnership between Waxman and Panasonic is a monumental one.”

“We have worked hard to build the renewables division over the past 12 months and this agreement shows that we are developing a reputable name for ourselves.”

Panasonic’s Aquarea heat pump range is MCS-accredited and applicable for both retrofit and new build projects. The range encompasses three units:

•             Aquarea High Connectivity with a COP* of up to 4.74, and ideal for homes with low temperature radiators and under floor heating

•             Aquarea HT with output water up to 65 deg C, which is best for homes with high temperature radiators

•             Aquarea T-CAP with 100% capacity at -15 deg C

Marc Diaz, UK Country Manager at Panasonic : “Demand for energy-efficient heating solutions is growing fast, and with our MCS-accredited Aquarea range, we are seeing increasing numbers of consumers wanting to benefit from our industry-leading product range.”

“Developing our nationwide distribution network has been one of our key goals for 2012 and we are delighted that Waxman will be working with us to grow Aquarea sales in the UK”.

Visit www.microgenerationcertification.org for the latest list of accredited Aquarea heat pumps.

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