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Article Date: 28th October 2013

Panasonic to Turn up the Heat at the Homes Show – Stand F16

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Panasonic Aquarea

Homes 2013 returns to London ExCel on the 20th-21st November 2013 and Panasonic will be on stand F16, demonstrating the advantages that its Aquarea air source heat pump for the social housing sector.

Panasonic is using the event to demonstrate a fully functioning Aquarea heat pump. Social housing professionals are keen to find solutions to expensive and ever-rising heating and hot water costs. The Aquarea unit provides a low-cost, efficient and reliable solution.

“More than 4 million social homes in the UK need to be maintained and repaired, so despite the current economic climate, continued spend is guaranteed” explains Graham Evans, Panasonic’s Air to Water Manager. “However, people are still wary of using a heat pump system rather than oil or LPG to heat their home. The Homes event gives us a chance to offer advice and understanding to visitors.”

Panasonic’s Aquarea heat pump system is a super quiet, efficient and compact system, making it the ideal alternative to traditional heating and hot water systems such as oil and LPG systems. For every kW of energy used by the unit, up to 4.74 kW of heating can be supplied by the Aquarea system. Proven to deliver cost savings against such alternative heating systems, the Aquarea systems are also simple to operate.

With growing demand to maintain social housing in a reliable and cheap manner, Panasonic can offer attendees a welcoming alternative for their heat systems.

Homes 2013 is the leading London event for the social and affordable housing sector. Held in partnership with CIH and supported by NHMF, Homes will address the critical strategic and operational issues around asset management, repairs and maintenance, sustainability and retrofit.

As well as providing information for the social housing sector, Homes 2013 is a must attend event for the private landlord community. With free educational seminars and networking opportunities, Panasonic expects to connect with key decision-makers and procurement teams from some of the largest stock-holding organisations in the country.

To find out more, visit Panasonic on Stand F16 at Homes 2013.

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