Company directors Adam Crisp and Chester Cobb are friends from way back, having first met in secondary school. Before becoming a heating engineer, Adam worked in conservation in south-east Asia where he witnessed first-hand the impact of environmental destruction. This formative experience persuaded him to take action upon returning to the UK.
His friend, and now business partner, Chester shared the same vision. Together the two of them relished the challenge of working with renewable technologies to maximise efficiency and significantly reduce carbon.
Delta T and its fast-growing team of committed eco-heating engineers is the product of what resulted.
Vision: Delta T's purpose is to create significant local impact in the race to reduce CO2 globally
Mission: Delta T aims to be the obvious choice for high quality eco heating system installation
Who we work with
We believe we can achieve most impact in the near-term by working with architects, home builders and individuals who share our commitment to renewable technology and rapid CO2 reduction.
What we do
We are specialist eco heating engineers passionate about the design, installation and maintenance of renewable energy systems in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
How we work
Our promise to customers:
Specialist, up-to-date knowledge and skills
High quality workmanship
Always doing the right thing
Owning the problem and the solution
What is Delta T?
It's a bit of industry jargon - but it is fundamental to the way a good heating system works.
Delta T, also written Δt, represents the difference between two temperatures, such as between a radiator and a room, or the difference between the un-environmental 70C flow temperature of a conventional heating system and the more efficient lower temperature used by a heat pump. It's used as a means of expressing a room's heating requirement and radiator output. So why Delta T? Achieving a narrow Delta T for heat pumps is crucial for lower running costs and ultimately generates fewer greenhouse gases.