Heat Pump, heat pump to make hot water, save energy

A heat pump is a device used to transfer heat from a low-temperature source (Heat Source) to heat it. Then send it to the desired source, which has high heat (Heat Sink)  using the same equipment like air conditioners. But can use the heat that comes out of the machine to make hot water or hot air, and the coldness obtained can be used as a by-product To make cool air to be used in the air conditioning system or mix it with Fresh air for further cooling. In addition, the company also produces a Heat Pump, a Water Heat Pump, which will get cold water as a by-product.

It can be said that the Heat Pump works by transferring heat from the surrounding air or water. Make the temperature rise, Then send it to transfer heat to air source heat pumps in the uk or water where water is needed. The resulting hot water pump temperature generally does not exceed 70 °C (<70 C), depending on the type of refrigerant used. In addition to heating water, a Heat Pump is also used to heat the air for drying, warm the air in the building, and reduce the air’s humidity.

1. Energy-saving in hot water, very energy-saving.

Three times more than a heater

Save energy in hot water. It saves electricity 3-4 times than electric heaters because it uses the heat exchange of the refrigerant in the gas state to exchange with water. Heat water This is different from an electric heater that converts electrical energy directly into heat. And also safe to use Because the heating does not come into direct contact with water like a heater.

In addition, the company’s heat pumps have received the Ministry of Energy’s high-efficiency energy-saving label for five models (HPAW13-15SC to HPAW13-30SC), ensuring actual energy efficiency.

2. Got cold air/cold water as a by-product

Because the Heat Pump uses the principle of exchanging the heat of the refrigerant in the gaseous state to the water. It gets cold air when the refrigerant exchanges heat with air in a liquid state (Evap. side).

The resulting cold air/cold water can air conditioning the engine room, corridor, worker’s room or mix it with fresh air for free. However, cold air / cold water may be limited according to operating conditions. The advice of the engineers should be given for the Heat Pump to work efficiently.

3. Safe and easy to maintain

The heat exchange between the refrigerant and the water generates the hot water from the Heat Pump. The water does not come into direct contact with electrical equipment causing safety for hot water users. Prevent electric shock when using hot water.

In addition, the Heat Pump has a system that works similar to an air conditioner, which operates according to the set cutting temperature And maintenance. Just clean the filter and the coil panel to avoid clogging like an air conditioner.

The company also has a team of technicians to provide heat pump services on a one-time basis. Or yearly contract Increase convenience for customers.

4. Designed according to applications in a wide range of temperatures.

Heat Pump, standard model, uses R134a refrigerant to make hot water temperature 60-65 degrees Celsius. The Heat Pump model that heats water for swimming pools uses R22 or R407c refrigerant to make hot water temperature 30-40 degrees Celsius.

In addition, the company also designs Heat Pump Model High-Temp, which can heat water up to 90 degrees Celsius, which is very suitable for use in factories.

5.Designed to be installed to suit the area of ​​use.

ABSOLUTE Heat Pump is designed and manufactured directly from the factory. Therefore, the size can be adjusted according to the area of ​​use, including the installation of a Knock Down assembly, which in some areas may have restrictions on installation with consulting engineers.

6. Eco-friendly

Because Heat Pump uses R134a refrigerant, it does not cause pollution to the environment. Unlike CFC refrigerants, which cause pollution and cause global warming. It also has a high heat value. Suitable for use in hot water as well.

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