Heat pumps are heating and cooling appliances that are installed on the exterior of your home. They are like air conditioners but more of them as they warm and cool your house. In cold seasons, heat pumps draw warmth from the outdoor air, transferring it inside, and the reverse applies in warmer months. Heat pumps run on electricity and use a refrigerant to distribute heat.
Air source heat pumps are mechanically reversed heat pumps. As such, they use outside air as their heat source or heat sink if they are cooling. They all use a vapor-compression refrigeration mechanism, and the heat or cold produced is disbursed by a fan.
Geothermal heat pumps (including ground source and water source) are like air source heat pumps, but they transfer and draw heat from the ground or from the water. Ground source heat pumps leverage the constant temperatures of the ground.
Swimming pool heat pumps transfer heat to swimming pools. They use already available heat, so they use less electricity in warming the pool.
The inverter technology provides room for a speed compressor that modulates the output. This, in turn, enables it to decrease, increase, or decrease the speed in line with the home's heat demand.
These low temp heat pumps are developed using the Enhanced Vapor Injection (EVI) compressor technology and high-efficiency eco-friendly refrigerant, which ensures that the units can work normally at as low as -25℃.
A split heat pump unit has an outside unit that houses the heat exchange chamber, refrigerant, and it still has an internal unit. The system is therefore installed in a utility or a boiler room.
Probably you have been once deluded about a ductless heat pump requiring air handlers, or "heads," in each room. That's not the case, however. Dependent on the home's structural envelopes & air movement, a single head unit will potentially heat a 1500 sq. ft house. However, old buildings with furthe Read More
Heat pump boilers heating pumps that integrate both a boiler and an air source of a ground source heat pump. This equipment works conjointly. But the gas or oil boiler only supplements the heat pump when the heat generated is inadequate. Thus, the unit automatically switches between the heat pump an Read More
Heat pumps use a compressor and a revolving system of liquid refrigerant. This transfers heat from one location to the other. Warmth is taken from pools or water sources and then circulated indoors.These pumps have several benefits for your house. They consume less energy as they do not use electric Read More
A split-system heat pump is a technology that transfers heat from one location to another using a network of pipes, vents, and other components. It functions similarly to a standard central heating system. Instead of a single boiler, the system transfers heat from the outside unit to the inside unit Read More