ASHP VERTICAL ENCLOSURES


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As a special enclosure that is purpose built to surround your vertical exhaust Air Source Heat Pump system, our ASHP Vertical enclosures are specially designed to address the following issues:

  • Airflow requirements
  • Noise level requirements
  • Noise planning restrictions

Regulations and Government Noise Provisions

British Standard 4142: 2014 is used to determine appropriate industrial and commercial noise levels in mixed residential and commercial areas.

Microgeneration Installer Standard (MIS) 3005

Requirements for noise:

  • The ASHP system’s location should be carefully considered to avoid nuisance to neighbours
  • The ducts and any internal fans should be fitted with the sound attenuation device

Requirements for vibration:

  • The ASHP system should not be located on floors or adjacent to sleeping areas; since they can transmit vibrations
  • The following requirements should also be considered:
    • Anti-vibration pads
    • Mats
    • Mounts
    • Flexible hose connections

Our ASHP Vertical Enclosures include:

  • Front access panel
  • An intake air acoustic louvre
  • High performance vertical exhaust air attenuators
  • BS or RAL painted colour
  • Additional absorptive panels for improved performance

Features

  • Fully integrated system
  • Full acoustic design
  • Full service for the product’s installation

Contact Us

With all your ASHP vertical enclosure enquiries, please call 01252 711972 or email us at enquiries@soundplanning.co.uk.

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