Samsung Launches the EHS Mono HT Quiet – A High Temperature, Low Noise Heat Pump Ideal for Home and Building Renovations

October 11, 2022
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LONDON, UK – October 11, 2022 – Samsung today announced the UK launch of the company’s most advanced air source heat pump to date, representing an evolution in low carbon heating solutions. The EHS Mono HT Quiet is our next generation high temperature, low noise heat pump, ideal at a time when many consumers, self-builders and developers are looking to make homes and buildings more energy efficient for the future.


With the heat pump market burgeoning in the UK, growing by a staggering 64% between 2020 and 2021[i], it’s clear demand is increasing in the UK’s residential renovation market. As a leading manufacturer, Samsung has brought a durable and sleek low carbon heating solution to the sector which is designed to disrupt the status quo and showcase how sustainable heating systems can co-exist with the latest in architectural design and innovation.


With so many homes in the UK using radiators which require hot water temperatures of 65°C or more to heat rooms effectively, there’s been a perception that heat pumps (which normally operate at temperatures between 40°C – 60°C) won’t suffice. However, with Samsung’s EHS Mono HT Quiet, which can consistently provide hot water of up to 70°C[ii]for domestic heating purposes, older residential spaces that have been heated by gas boilers now have a viable way to transition to heat pumps.


Commenting on the launch, Wim Vangeenberghe, President, Samsung Electronics Air Conditioner Europe said: “With the Future Homes Standard requiring new build homes in the UK to be future proofed with low carbon heating by 2025, change is afoot and we’re likely to see an acceleration in the switch from fossil fuel heating systems to more energy efficient heat pumps. High temperature heat pumps are presenting an interesting alternative for homeowners looking to move away from traditional heating solutions, such as gas boilers, without compromising on performance. With the launch of the new EHS Mono HT Quiet, we’re proud to offer the UK market an innovative low carbon heating solution that can help them take that important step forward.”


Other stand-out features of the new Samsung HT Quiet heat pump include:


  • Quiet Mark certification – the heat pump features a double-layered sound insulation system that blocks and absorbs noise produced by system vibrations, operating at noise levels as low as 35 d(BA)[iii] – making the unit Quiet Mark
  • High levels of energy efficiency – the EHS Mono HT Quiet has a SCOP* of A+++ energy.[iv]efficiency rating.
  • A new era in sleek design – the unit is styled in a dark grey colour which complements outdoor facades.
  • Ready for smart living – the unit can be remotely controlled from a phone with Samsung SmartThings[v], allowing people to monitor energy usage daily, weekly and monthly at a glance.[vi]

Joseph Raftery, Heating Product Manager at Samsung Climate Solutions added: “The HT Quiet is a huge step forward in the greener heating journey, helping to take the UK closer towards net zero ambitions with appropriate government and industry support. Not only can it match boiler leaving water temperatures and is our quietest unit yet, we’ve also stress tested our new heat pump to reliably provide 100% heating performance** even in extremely cold weather as low as -25°C[vii] so this is technology you can rely on.”


The EHS Mono HT Quiet is the first in Samsung’s premium high temperature heat pump line up. It will be available in the UK from the start of November in 3 capacities (8, 12, and 14KW), including both the single and three-phase power supply system. All capacities will come in the same chassis.


For more information on the EHS Mono HT Quiet, click here.




[i] Data from research by BSRIA

[ii] Leaving water temperature, when the outdoor temperature is between -15°C – 43°C. Results may vary depending on the actual usage conditions

[iii] Based on internal testing of the EHS Mono HT outdoor units. The noise level is measured 3m away from the front of the outdoor unit, in an anechoic room with an outside temperature of 7°C. Results may vary depending on environmental factors and individual use.

*SCOP = Seasonal Coefficient of Performance

[iv] Based on Seasonal Coefficient of Performance (SCOP) for 35 ⁰C. Based on testing defined in EN14825.May vary depending on the system configuration, temperature and actual usage conditions.

[v] A Wi-Fi connection and Samsung SmartThings application account are required.

[vi] Current and daily, weekly or monthly energy usage of the outdoor unit is reference data calculated for information and reference purposes only.

**Efficiency ratio of heating output (capacity) versus power input (electricity). Internally tested under lab conditions based on EN 14511, results may vary depending on the actual usage conditions

[vii] Based on internal testing on an EHS Mono HT outdoor unit (AE120BXYDGG), compared to a conventional EHS outdoor unit (AE120RXYDGG). Results may vary depending on the actual usage conditions

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