New heat pump and hybrid solutions

Looking to the future of home heating, Worcester Bosch has announced the launch of an air to water heat pump and a new hybrid heat pump and boiler system. The 7001iAW is an air to water heat pump that can provide both cooling and heating, while the Hybrid 7000iAW system is compatible with a range of heat pumps and combi boilers.

The 7001iAW air to water heat pump has a monobloc design to house all refrigeration circuit components. It also features a pre-configured AWE indoor unit for easy installation, and can be fitted with optional standalone Green Storage WB Range Heat Pump cylinders from 150 to 300 litres.

Suitable for small to medium properties, the Hybrid 7000iAW system continually monitors temperatures to operate either the heat pump or the boiler for best overall efficiency. There is no requirement for additional DHW storage due to hot water being generated by the boiler alone.

 Martyn Bridges, director of technical communication & product management, comments: “Although many know us as the UK’s leading boiler manufacturer, we do in fact offer a full suite of heating and cooling technologies, including heat pumps and hybrid solutions. As the country continues to look towards a greener future, we are pleased to introduce further sustainable products to give users more choice than ever on how they can heat their homes.

“The 7001iAW air to water heat pump and the Hybrid 7000iAW will also be a welcome product for installers, who are able to increase their product offering to customers requiring more sophisticated, high-tech options at home.”

For more information on either product, please use the following links:

https://www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/professional/products/hybrid/hybrid-7000i-aw

https://www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/professional/products/heat-pumps/7001iaw-outdoor-unit-and-indoor-unit

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