Heat pumps are electrical devices that consume electrical energy, while generating heat and cold for your home. The consumption of electrical energy is 4-5 times less than the consumption of an electric boiler. We get the same savings compared to gas heating. The direct process of heat generation occurs due to the evaporation and compression of freon (a special gas mixture) by a compressor. Actually, the compressor is a consumer of electrical energy. During this process, the temperature of freon rises and heats the coolant through the heat exchanger-condenser. The latter is fed into a conventional water heating system. At the same time, the freon itself cools and turns into a liquid. In order to repeat this process, it is necessary to evaporate (turn into gas) the cooled and condensed freon for further re-compression. But in order for freon to begin to evaporate, it needs to receive a new portion of heat. Due to the low boiling point of freon (even up to -40 C⁰), this heat can be, for example, soil with a temperature of 0 degrees. Even outdoor air with a temperature of -25 degrees is “warm” in relation to the colder freon. It is this effect that allows air/water heat pumps to work even in cold winter conditions.
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House up to 120 m²
House up to 160 m²
House up to 200 m²
House up to 250 m²
The CAREL controller can register temperature without external assistance using sensors that register ambient conditions. With online WIFI monitoring, customers will receive contactless support from our customer service center wherever they are.
In addition to brushless DC inverter fans, the SPRSUN R32 DC inverter heat pumps use enhanced noise reduction measures such as double shock absorption by the Panasonic DC compressor.
The new gaseous refrigerant R32 helps our DC inverter heat pumps run cleaner and more efficiently, resulting in less harmful impact on the atmosphere with lower carbon emissions and zero ozone depleting potential.
Our ERP A+++ R32 EVI DC Inverter Heat Pumps with a maximum efficiency of 5.95 charge and recirculate more efficiently than DC Inverter Heat Pumps that use other refrigerants. They use less energy and can therefore help families reduce their electricity bills.
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Answers to frequently asked questions
Heat pumps work by using a process known as heat transfer to draw heat from outside into your home or office.
They work as a reversible fan in winter or in the cold season; they transfer heat instead of generating heat. As soon as the refrigerant loses pressure, it turns into steam, that is, it becomes colder compared to the temperature of the outside air. : heat passes from hot to cold. Thus, the refrigerant takes heat from the surrounding air outside. As soon as it absorbs all the necessary heat, an external compressor compresses the gas, turning it into a hot liquid. Why coils and fans allow heat to escape into your duct system. When it’s cold outside, you might think that heat isn’t being absorbed, especially in winter.
Heat pumps are considered the most energy-efficient and environmentally friendly heating option for a home or office. A typical modern heat pump operates with high efficiency even below minus 25 degrees C. When the outside air temperature drops below this temperature, the efficiency of the heat pump decreases. Heat pumps are designed for efficient operation in areas with a cold climate. Buying a heat pump is a good investment for you; this will help you save on your energy bills and create a better environment.
The typical answer is yes; the heat pump will work in cold climates or in any weather. In fact, heat pumps were designed to keep you warm during the cold season, especially in cold climates. In winter seasons, heat pumps work by transferring hot ambient air from the environment, which is then supplied to its unit and subjected to various processes. The end result is a comfortable temperature in your own home so you can survive the harsh winters.
All heat pumps have their limits. Contrary to popular belief, heat pumps work great even in very cold seasons.
They can operate at low temperatures with double the efficiency of standard or gas heating, such as electric furnaces or baseboard heaters. Heat pumps don’t pump air directly: they use the heat from the surrounding air and use it to heat your home.