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Types of Heat Pumps

Types of Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps come in a variety of types, each with different features and advantages depending on your own particular application. Heat Pump Guys sell and service most types of heat pumps from all the major manufacturers so be assured we can advise you of the best solution for your circumstances. 

High Wall Heat Pumps

The most popular residential heat pump systems in New Zealand. These units sit high up on your wall, around 100mm below the ceiling. They quickly distribute heat throughout the space.   

High Wall Plasma Heat Pumps

These units are the same as standard high wall heat pumps but include advanced filtration systems to remove microscopic particles thereby purifying the air. Good for people with allergies, asthma or other breathing difficulties.

Floor Console Heat Pumps

These units sit either on the floor, just above the skirting board or as a replacement in a fireplace. Some can be recessed/mounted into the wall cavity thereby minimising the space they occupy.

Ceiling Cassette Heat Pumps

These units sit flush with the ceiling with the main body protruding up into the ceiling cavity. They distribute air in four directions and are especially suited to large spaces.

Under Ceiling Heat Pumps 

Designed to sit high on the wall closer to the ceiling than a standard heat pump. 

Concealed, Bulkhead and Ducted Heat Pumps  

Built into the wall, roof or under-floor, these units are only visible by their intake and supply grilles.  

Which Heat Pump type is best? 

Find out from the independent experts.