The Evo Series of ground-source heat-pumps was initially launched in May 2017 as a natural evolution of Kensa's existing product range. Already featuring 7, 9 and 13kW models, as well as a 17kW option, currently the highest output single-phase, single-compressor, non-inverter driven ground-source heat-pump on the market, Kensa has now developed this new three-phase option.
The new 15kW three-phase model provides an MCS-approved solution for larger commercial premises with three-phase power supplies and higher heat demands. It enables the owners of these properties to apply for funding from the Non-Domestic strand of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and reap the benefits of fixed quarterly payments for 20 years.
Guy Cashmore, Kensa's technical director, said: "Kensa is proud to release this latest update to the successful Evo Series, which is the first three-phase offering within the range and will provide a viable option for owners of commercial premises wanting to take advantage of the Non-Domestic RHI.
"The 15kW three-phase features the same innovative yet simple design as the other models, ensuring high-efficiencies and industry-leading noise reduction. As with the rest of the Series, it incorporates Kensa's ground-breaking Genesis System Controller which enables installers to perform monitoring, interrogation and commissioning remotely."