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DC Inverter Air Source Heat Pumps

In recent years, the technology of air source heat pump has been greatly upgraded, of which inverter heat pump water heater has gradually become the mainstream choice of people. So, why is inverter driven heat pump getting more popular in the HVAC industry? 


DC inverter heat pumps, for hot water and air conditioning, can automatically adjust the speed of compressor according to the change of ambient temperature, thus ensuring more stable indoor temperature. Even if an inverter reaches the set temperature, it will not stop running but maintain operation with low energy consumption. Therefore, the DC inverter technoloty heat pump system is better than ordinary air to water heat pump. 



DC Inverter Air Source Heat Pumps



  • What Are the Differences between Inverter and Non-inverter Heat Pumps?

    The difference between the inverter and non-inverter heat pumps lies in the manner in which they deliver their energy. Non-inverter heat pumps usually work by turning on and turning off the system. When turned on they operate at 100% capacity to supply the high heat demand in the property. In addition, they will function as such till the demand has been catered for. Afterward, they will cycle on and off to regulate the temperatures.

    On the contrary, a variable speed compressor is used by inverter heat pumps to modulate those temperatures by increasing and decreasing its speed to match the exact property demand requirements as the external temperature changes.

  • Why Are Inverter Heat Pumps So Efficient?

    Inverter heat pumps are efficient because they can automatically adjust the compressor speed and change depending on that ambient temperature. This results in a more stable indoor temperature. Moreover, they do not stop running when they reach the indoor temperature but will instead maintain the functionality while operating at low energy consumption.
    Typically, when the ambient temperature goes low, the inverter heat pump adjusts its capacity to offer a higher heating capacity. For example, at -15℃ the heating capacity adjusts to 60% while at -25℃ the heating capacity adjusts to 80%. This technology is at the center of the efficiency in inverter heat pumps.

  • Is An Inverter Heat Pump Worth It?

    Inverter heat pumps have great significance over other heat pumps which confer a high value when compared. The first benefit includes the fact that there is less tear and wear that is common in heat pumps. Moreover, unlike the heat pumps, operating inverter heat pumps is relatively easy and hence does not require hiring operation personnel services. 
    They are highly efficient in comparison to heat pumps as such they have higher hearing efficiency, better energy-saving effect, and reduced energy consumption expenses. Thirdly, they are easy to sustain since their operation cost is low. Finally, installing them requires less space in comparison to heating pumps since there is no need for a buffer tank that is associated with non-inverter heat pumps.
  • How Does A Heat Pump Inverter Work?

    An inverter heat pump usually works by employing a special technology – inverter variable speed compressor. The technology enables the heat pumps to function at their full range (0 – 100%). It achieves this by continuously analyzing the present conditions and temperature at home. Afterward, it adjusts its output capacity to ensure the temperatures and conditions remain at their best thereby enhancing efficiency and comfort. Typically, an inverter heat pump endlessly modulates its output to sustain a consistent temperature regulation. Moreover, the inverter heat pump usually reacts to changing heat demands to control any temperature fluctuations and maintain them at their minimum. 
  • What Is An Inverter Driven Heat Pump?

    Inverter Heat Pumps are high-efficient heating and cooling solutions that keep homes, businesses, and public and social facilities warm during cold weather. At the same time, they help maintain cool temperatures when the weather is extremely hot. Moreover, they are designed to enable them to heat water, cooing, and house heating. They can function at as low as 20℃ with a maximum heating capacity that ranges from 9.5KW to 32KW. They have a maximum water temperature of 60℃. Inverters heat pumps have an energy level rating of ERP A+++ and can help save on energy costs in a domestic setting.



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