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Heat Pump


Heat pumps are integral to an air conditioning system, transferring heat from one environment to another via a refrigerant. Heat pumps also offer a cost-effective heating solution and air source heat pumps are recognised as a renewable heat technology. In cooling mode, heat pumps work by transferring the heat from a room or internal space to the outside air, thus cooling the inside area. In reverse, heat pumps can extract latent heat from the outside air (even when the temperature outside is down to -20C) and pump it inside to heat indoor spaces.

 

System Efficiency


Heat pumps have an efficiency rate of approximately 300%. This means that for every unit of energy used by a heat pump in operation, three or more units of heat are generated for use in a space.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Energy Saving by Heat Pump



 

 

Energy Saving & CO2 Reduction by Heat Pump Compared with Conventional Heating System


Heat Pump is a widely-proven and highly-reliable technology that it produces hot water for heating system with up to 400% efficiency. It is an excellent choice for any business as it potentially cuts off 50% of heating cost while recovering its investment within just a few years. Environmentally, Heat Pump also contributes in energy conservation and combat against global warming as it significantly reduces CO2 emission, the main cause of the warming problem.

 

 

Traditional System


 

Heat Pump System


 

 

How Does a Heat Pump Work?