Keep warm this winter with an Oasis heating solution
We are specialists in space heating solutions for residential and commercial premises. We offer all types of space heating solution according to your needs; central heating, underfloor heating, air conditioning. We also install different heat sources; heat pumps, boilers, electric water heaters and air conditioning, as well as heating solutions for swimming pools, including solar systems.
Heat pumps are considered the most efficient heat source. They use compressible refrigerant to transfer heat from a body such as soil, air or water to a building, being a reversible process. Heat pumps are expensive, but their cost is quickly amortised with a drastic reduction in energy bills. They are available for low or high temperature installations
High Temperature Heat Pump
High temperature heat pumps will provide hot water for traditional high temperature radiators, as well as Domestic Hot Water – all with the economical benefits of heat pump technology. And they can be installed to directly replace an existing boiler. See in the video how the Daikin Altherma HT (high temperature) unit works.
Energía Térmica Solar
Solar Thermal Energy
The heat source that clients are always keen to hear about first is solar. But solar energy is not always readily available. Therefore, it can only be used to make a contribution towards heating. Here at Oasis we see solar thermal energy as most beneficial as follows:
- Primarily, for domestic hot water (DHW) production, where solar thermal energy can make a significant contribution towards a household’s needs.
- Secondly, it can make a reasonable contribution towards the heating of a swimming pool, though only to extend the swimming season. In winter the smaller number of daylight hours combined with lower temperatures renders it nonviable.
- Thirdly, it can be used to contribute towards space heating, but importantly only in low temperature emitter installations, such as underfloor heating, low temperature radiators and fan-coils.
The careful selection of appropriate heat emitters can make or break the efficiency of any renewable heating installation. The majority of renewable heating systems use water to store the collected heat energy. This heat energy is then used to warm your property via heat emitters which traditionally, have always been radiators, which generally, require a certain temperature and a higher flow to work efficiently, which could also affect the efficiency of your heat pump (or any other source of renewable energy). The alternative to radiators is to install underfloor heating. The added advantage of underfloor heating is that it heats the living space more efficiently and uniformly. This and the larger surface area means the flow temperature for an underfloor heating system can be lower than that using traditional radiators. This makes it the ideal heat emitter for renewable heating installations such as heat pumps.
The amount and type of required heat emitters is decided by the property into which they are going to be installed. It is now possible to lay under floor heating into almost any floor build up. Correct insulation is vital to stop heat bleeding away down into the floor. If underfloor heating is not feasible we often suggest new high efficiency radiators should be used. Oasis can help with the specification of appropriate heat emitters for your project and provide qualified installers for your heating system project.
Underfloor heating installation
Underfloor heating installation
Underfloor heating circuits being installed on insulated panels.
Underfloor heating with thermometer
Underfloor heating example
How underfloor heating installation looks beneath the floor.
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