Renewable Energy Solutions

Process Mechanical Ltd — ECO-MECH Division, are specialists in the Design, Supply & Full Installation of Integrated Renewable Energy systems both Domestic & Commercial. Total Energy Efficient, Integrated Packages include: Ground Source Heat Pumps, Under Floor Heating, Biomass Boilers, Wind Power, Solar Energy & Rain Water Harvesting.

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Geothermal - Ground Source Heat pumps
Ground Source Heat pumps: In the UK, the constant ground source heat temperature is around 12°C and can be utilised to heat and cool buildings. Pipe is buried underground in a trench or in a vertical well and water is pumped through it and heated by the underground energy. A heat pump can extract the ground’s heat and transfer it into a building for space and water heating, or it can remove heat from a building and deposit it into the ground to cool the building during hot weather.
Heat Pumps do need some power to operate. However for 1 unit of energy they use they generate 4 units of power. The energy generated by a ground source heat pump can be considered 100% renewable if the power to operate the pump comes from solar electric panels or a wind turbine for example.
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Under Floor Heating
Underfloor heating delivers a near perfect temperature profile between floor and ceiling due to a balanced combination of radiant and convected heat. With conventional central heating, the majority of heat is convected air, which rises making the ceiling one of the warmest places in the room. However, 50% of warmth generated by underfloor heating is radiant heat, where the floor evenly releases heat, which is absorbed by people and objects in the room.
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Biomass Energy
Biomass is a collective term for all plant and animal material. A number of different forms of biomass can be burned or digested to produce energy. Examples include wood, straw, poultry litter and energy crops such as willow and poplar grown on short rotation coppice and miscanthus. Biomass is a very versatile material and can be used to produce heat (for space and water heating), electricity and a combination of heat and power (electricity).
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Biomass Boilers — Industrial (medium — Large) & Domestic
Biomass Boilers can easily be installed as new, or to replace your current gas or oil boilers. But instead of burning the rapidly diminishing supply of fossil fuels it burns a sustainable alternative called biomass e.g. wood chip, wood pellet or cereals. This produces heat for your central heating system and hot water while helping to counter the impacts of climate change.
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Wind Power
People have used the power of the wind for many years to produce mechanical power for milling grain and pumping water. In recent times wind turbine technology has enabled us to harness wind to generate electricity. The electricity is then exported either to the grid for use locally or to power a stand alone application. This renewable source of energy is one of the cleanest and safest of all the renewable commercial & domestic methods of generating electricity. The UK has the largest wind resource in the whole of Europe.
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Solar Energy
Solar energy can be captured by solar panels. There are 2 main types of solar panels which uses complete different technologies to make use of the energy from the sun:
Solar Water Heating collectors: These panels absorbs the energy from the sun and transfer it to heat water.
Photovoltaic or solar electric panels: These panels transform the solar radiation directly into electricity.
For maximum efficiency, solar panels should be mounted on a south facing roof at a 30° angle with the horizontal and away from any shadows from trees, surrounding buildings or chimneys.

Solar water heating
Solar Power Solar water heating systems are the most popular form of solar energy used in the UK. The system is connected to the hot water system. Solar water heating systems can provide over half of a household's hot water requirements over the year.
There are 2 types of solar water heating collector: flat plate and evacuated tubes.
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Rainwater Harvesting
With the increasing concerns over water supply, enforced hosepipe bans, escalating mains water costs and real concerns over climate change increasing numbers of people are turning to Rainwater Harvesting. This not only provides the opportunity to save substantial amounts of money but also reduces the total dependence upon the relevant water utility for water supply.
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