How Do Heat Pumps Work?
Our environment is full of energy, even at sub-zero temperatures there is plenty of energy available. Heat pumps extract the sun’s energy stored in the environment and raise it to a temperature suitable for heating purposes. This principle works even in the middle of winter at temperatures as low as -25°C.
All heat pumps produce significantly more renewable energy (up to 5 times) than the electricity required to power them, saving you money. Because they operate at between 55 and 70 degrees centigrade, they work best with low carbon. low cost heating systems which can heat your home effectively at lower water temperatures that conventional radiators.
Air Source Heat Pumps:
Air Source Heat Pumps extract heat from the outside air and using sophisticated heat exchangers this heat is transferred into your home. They usually require an external unit collecting ambient heat from the outside air which is then transferred to an internal unit which uses the refridgerant cycle to transfer the heat into a ‘wet’ central heating and hot water system.
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