High-Temperature Hot Water Heat Pumps
Air-sourced heat pumps absorb heat from the air and transfer it to heat your water. They run on electricity but are roughly three times more efficient than conventional electric water heaters. When used in the right climate conditions they save energy, save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Electric heat pumps work on the same principle as your refrigerator, but instead of pumping heat out of the fridge to keep it cool, they pump heat into the water. Electricity is used to pump a refrigerant around the system, which picks up heat from the air and transfers it to the water.
Direct heating type HPWH can supply hot water at a stable temperature. Tube-in-tube heat exchanger is adopted by directing heating products.
7 basic models with heating capacity ranging from 10kW to 82kW. Free modular combination. Wide operation ambient temperature range. For the direct heating products, the running ambient temperature is down to -15°C.
The high-performance fin-coil type heat exchanger is adopted at the airside. High efficiency tube-in-tube heat exchanger.
Unique defrosting flow path. Airside reserved special defrosting flow path, when the system is defrosting, the four-way valve is reversing, the system will absorb energy from the special defrosting flow path, and the defrosting progress will have no impact on water temperature. Proprietary gas balance and fluid balance design to ensure the unit operates reliably. The electric water flow valve supplies hot water at a stable temperature and expands the life of the compressor. Optimized fan blade edge by CFD programs by analyzing air pressure distribution. Adopt a fin-coil exchanger with V or G shape to optimize the airflow system of the unit.