Your local Stanley Centre or Stanley stockist will be pleased to assist and to provide any other information your require.
Installation and Operating Manuals
- Stanley Heat Pump Owner’s Operating Manual
- Stanley Web interface How to Use Instructions
- Stanley Internal Units WSL141 & WSK142 Installation and Operating Manual
- Stanley External Units WSL HP7 & WSL HP12 Installation and Operating Manual
Ecodesign, Product Fiche and Technical Data
- Stanley Heat Pump Design Ecodesign declaration - EN16147 Declaration
- Stanley External Units WSLHP7 and WSLHP12 - Product Fiche
- Stanley External Units WSL HP7 & WSL HP12 - Technical Datasheet
- To find out more on our Heat Pumps, check out our consumer heat pump brochure - Stanley Air to Water Heat Pump Brochure
- For benefits and offerings, details of our renewable partner program and more - Stanley Air to Water Heat Pump Datasheet
At Waterford Stanley we stock spare parts on products we sell today and hold spares parts discontinued up to 10 years.
Involved in Building or renovating a home? Send us in your house plans and we will revert back with product specification that you need. If you chose to go ahead with a Stanley Air to Heat Pumps, we can provide heat loss calculations and details on underfloor heating and radiators.
Send your house plans to:
C: Donal Reilly
M: +353 (0)87 227 1686
What is a nzeb or nearly zero energy building?
‘Nearly Zero – Energy Buildings’ is a building with a very high energy performance. Both improved insulation levels and renewable energy production will go towards creating the NZEB building. According to the directive; “The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant extent by energy from renewable sources, including energy from renewable sources produced on-site or nearby“.
This is where Heat Pumps come in as they take energy from the air to generate heat in your home.
Timeline of events
- On 29th July 2016 the European commission published additional guidance on the NZEB standard. The following energy consumption target are expected to be reached by NZEB buildings: New single family house: 15-30 kWh/(m2.y) of net primary energy with, typically, 50-65 kWh/(m2.y) of primary energy use covered by 35 kWh/(m2.y) of on-site renewable sources;
- To comply with the NZEB requirement, the Irish Government has revised Building Regulations Part L – Conservation of Fuel and Energy Buildings other than dwellings (and the accompanying Technical Guidance) for consultation.
- In January 2017, the Department of Housing Planning, Community and Local Government, the Office of Public Works, the Department of Education and Skills, the Health Services Executive and Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland published an Interim NZEB Specification for Public Sector buildings. This sets out a performance specification for new buildings owned and occupied by Public Authorities after 31st Dec 2018 effectively meaning that all public buildings on the drawing board must meet the standard..
- The European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive Recast (EPBD) requires all new buildings to be Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) by 31st December 2020 and all buildings acquired by public bodies by 31st December 2018.
- Any buildings completed after these dates must achieve the standard irrespective of when they were started. A certificate of compliance with Building regulations can not be signed on 1st January 2021, unless it meets the NZEB standard.