24 Jul Bradfords Very Own Solar Hot Water Solution
In 2017 Bradford renewable energy supplier Infinity Innovations Ltd. introduced to the market the Solamics Bunsen Air Thermodynamic Hot Water system.
This state of the art eco water heater uses the thermodynamic principle alongside advanced heat pump technology, to heat your homes hot water, any weather, day or night – even on the coldest winter days.
The thermodynamic process of heating water is a very special kind of solar power, as there is no sun required to do so, and therefore there could not be a more ideal renewable hot water solution for the UK, specifically the North of the UK and Yorkshire.
Who are Infinity Innovations Ltd.?
Infinity Innovations Ltd are Bradford solar energy suppliers in West Yorkshire, but supply solar energy systems to installers across the entire UK.
Infinity Innovations Ltd launched their advanced solar hot water heater – the Solamics Bunsen Air, late last year, which has since become the lead product associated with the company. Infinity Innovations Ltd played a huge part in its design and manufacture of the system, and the company now have sole ownership of this state of the art, thermodynamic hot water pump. The Bradford solar energy company have also been featured in their local West Yorkshire newspaper following the success of the system launch.
The business has a centre based in Bradford West Yorkshire, where they stock and distribute Bunsen Air systems from their warehouse. Within the warehouse, is their thermodynamic training centre for the Bunsen Air, a hub for which installers can receive specialist training in Bunsen installation.
As a result of the fantastic Bunsen Air training their Bradford renewable centre offers, Infinity Innovations have now developed relationships with partners across the UK, and have established a National Installation Package, meaning that when any one customer purchases a Bunsen Air, Hot Water System, Infinity Innovations Ltd. can put them in touch with the specially trained installation experts who are local to them.
Bradford’s Renewable Hot Water
With the North of England seeing its fair share of wet and windy weather, home owners across Bradford can now use the Bunsen Air to generate up to 100% of their hot water in rain or shine, by means of this fantastic solar hot water system that doesn’t need the sun!
The hot water system consists of the internal Bunsen, Hot Water Unit which contains a heat pump and is connected to a hot water cylinder, and two thermodynamic solar water panels which are installed externally. The system then works off these two circuits that interact with each other. Ultimately it is the process of compressing and transferring the energy collected from the outside elements (whether that be rain, wind or snow) via a specialist refrigerant which moves around the external solar water panels, that consequently results in hot water generation.
The Bradford based renewable supplier are delighted to say that their renewable answer to free hot water has been awarded an energy efficiency rating A, this is a fantastic achievement and the highest possible ERP rating available for a system of its kind.
West Yorkshire are also kept well informed on any developments…
Company Director Jake Findlay comments “We are so pleased to be representing renewable energy in Bradford, we try to keep our community up to date with our newest innovations and company news, having introduced a newsletter and a subscription option on our brand-new product website”
What next for Infinity Innovations Ltd.
The company have been visited by solar energy installers in Bradford and West Yorkshire, who were interested in learning more about this ‘sun free’ solar hot water system.
Outstanding reviews and successful inspections by West Yorkshire water heating companies and Bradford solar installers, of the Infinity Innovations Ltd. own Bunsen installation, who have gone on to supply and install the Bunsen Air themselves, has resulted in a surge of Solamics Bunsen Air sales for the Infinity Innovations Ltd. who now believe that the city of Bradford and the County of West Yorkshire are beginning to embrace thermodynamic hot water technology, with open arms.
Who knows where this fantastic technology could take us next.
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