HEAT
PUMPS
Introduction

 

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Heat pump technology is based on the concept of heat transfer - Instead of burning fuel to generate heat, heat pumps simply move heat from one place where it is plentiful (the source), to another place, where it is needed (the heat sink). In the process this heat is compressed and raised to a temperature suitable for heating a building or a water storage tank. In the cooling months, this process is reversed as the heat inside the building is transferred to the outdoor heat sink.
 

 

KEY BENEFITS
-Energy Conservation: 30-70% energy savings compared with traditional HVAC systems
-Environmentally Friendly: low carbon emissions; no natural gas, propane, or oil used.
-Durability: 50,000 hours continuous operation; life time 10~15 years
-High Efficiency: C.O.P ranging from 3.8~5.22
-Wide Range of Applications: suitable for climates ranging from -7~40℃
-Safety: No risk of gas leakage; potable water and refrigerant reliably separated
-Reversible: can produce heat in winter and cooling in summer

 

HOW IT WORKS

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Heat pump technology is based on the concept of heat transfer - Instead of burning fuel to generate heat, heat pumps simply move heat from one place where it is plentiful (the source), to another place, where it is needed (the heat sink). In the process this heat is compressed and raised to a temperature suitable for heating a building or a water storage tank. In the cooling months, this process is reversed as the heat inside the building is transferred to the outdoor heat sink.