Heat Pump Water Heating
How does a heat pump work
A heat pump uses up to 3 times less energy to move heat from one medium to another, using mechanical work to move heat from a low temperature source to a high temperature sink.
Heat pumps use the reverse cycle of a refrigeration plant to heat water. In eﬀect, it transfers heat from a source such as air to the water which is to be heated.
Heat Pumps use 3 to 4 times less energy than conventional electric elements, saving you up to 75% on your water heating cost.
Heat Pumps are used in a wide variety of applications:
- Geyser Water Heating
- Pool Heating
- Water Based Underﬂoor Heating
- Industrial and Commercial Applications
- HVAC System fluid passes through the inside of the solar collector, where it is heated with the sun’s energy.