Heat Pump Water Heating
How does a heat pump work?
A heat pump extracts solar energy from the surrounding air and increases its temperature for heating purposes through a mechanical process. It effectively moves heat from a low-temperature source to a high-temperature sink, like the reverse cycle of a refrigeration plant.
Heat pumps require just 1kW of electrical input to generate up to 5kW of heating output, enabling this system to save up to 75% on your water heating costs. In addition, it’s an eco-friendly and renewable source of energy that only requires the circulation of air, unlike solar heating systems that require the sun to shine. This allows it to deliver energy to your home or business at night and during colder days.
Heat pumps are used in a wide variety of applications:
- Geyser Water Heating
- Pool Heating
- Water-Based Underﬂoor Heating
- Industrial and Commercial Applications
- HVAC Systems