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Energy Saving Protecting the Environment with Renewable Energy and saving money

Airtech are committed to providing energy efficient solutions  in order to reduce the carbon footprint on our environment. We have a large selection of products to suit your requirements and are more than happy to advise you.





Biomass Boilers are ideal for properties where there is no mains gas and with today's ever increasing fuel costs a biomass boiler could save you up to £390 a year on your heating bills.


Biomass fuels such as wood logs and wood pellets are classed as carbon neutral because they absorb as much carbon when they are growing as they release when they are burnt



To enquire about the many different types of biomass boilers and if they are suitable for your needs please email ac@airtech.co.uk or call us on 01342 836000














Different types of Bio Fuels Kingspan Solar and how it works

What are the Benefits of a Heat Pumps

A heat pump is a device that uses a small amount of energy to move heat from one location to another. Heat pumps are usually used to pull heat out of the air or ground to heat a home or office building, or they can be switched into reverse to cool a building.


Heat pumps are a unique kind of heating system, because they can do the work of both a boiler and an air conditioner. Thus, there's no need to install separate systems to heat and cool your home. Heat pumps can also work extremely efficiently, because they simply transfer heat, rather than burn fuel to create it.






Less energy, pleasant warmth in the home


Daikin Altherma heats up to 5 times more efficiently than a traditional heating system based on fossil fuels or electricity. By making use of the heat in the outside air, you use much less energy while still enjoying a stable and pleasant level of comfort. Daikin Altherma provides energy efficient, eco-friendly heating.


Minimal installation cost


Daikin Altherma takes heat form the air. No digging or excavation works are required. Both the outdoor and indoor units are compact. The external unit can be located easily outside any building, including flats. Without flames or fumes, there is no need for a chimney or constant ventilation in the room where the Daikin Altherma’s indoor unit is installed.


Flexible configurations


Daikin Altherma can be configured for use in both new and refurbishment applications, and connects to standard low temperature radiators, under floor heating or fan coil units. If you already have a heating system, there is no need to change it all.


Entire comfort for your family


Daikin Altherma satisfies your heating requirements but it can also supply your sanitary hot water. It comes with a cooling option for hot summer days.


Absolutely safe


Daikin Altherma works without oil, gas or other hazardous substances – reducing potential risk that goes together. Moreover, you don’t need a gas connection or a fuel tank. No risk of intoxication, smell or pollution from leaking tanks.




To enquire about Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers or Solar energy please email ac@airtech.co.uk or call us on 01342 836000

Airtech also install solar thermal systems as part of our renewable energy programme.


How Solar Thermal Systems work







Biomass & Renewable Energy Solutions

Biomass Boilers

Solar Energy

Ground Source Heat Pumps & Air Source Heat Pumps

Proper ventilation is a key component of climate control  in residential buildings, offices and shops. In its basic function, it ensures a flow of incoming fresh air and out going stale air. The Daikin Heat Reclaim Ventilation (HRV) solution can do much more. It can recover heat and optimise the balance between Indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity and therefore reducing the load on the system and increasing efficiency.


To find out more about Heat Recovery Ventilation

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Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems