A bespoke bivalent Remeha Fusion Hybrid heating system has been installed at a 43-bed care home, Lake House in Adderbury, Oxfordshire, as the most energy efficient, low-carbon solution for reliable constant heating.
Fusion Hybrid combines two energy saving Remeha technologies, Remeha Fusion gas absorption heat pumps (GAHPs) and Remeha Quinta Pro gas condensing boilers in cascade, in a fully integrated system that can be tailored to meet individual building requirements to maximise energy and carbon savings.
At Lake House, the design has been adapted to combine three externally sited 35KW Fusion GAHPs, two Quinta Pro 45kW boilers on cascade and a twin coil buffer vessel, all integrated through the specially configured building management system (BMS). The integrated 7 inch touch screen control panel, the Remeha Touch, ensures easy operation of the system with the option for remote controlling.
Given the need for plentiful hot water, Remeha has added a buffer vessel to increase the temperature of the cold water feed and lower the energy demand for hot water delivery.