Heat Pump water heaters move heat from the air to water unlike conventional water heaters that generate heat by consumption of electrical or fuel energy. A liquid refrigerant evaporates to a gas inside the evaporator with the help of a fan. It is then compressed inside the compressor to a hot gas. The hot gas passes through a heat exchanger where its heat is transferred to the water flowing from a storage tank. The refrigerant cools down to a liquid and then enters the evaporator again and the entire cycle is then repeated. Thus heat absorbed from the air is transferred to the water and the heating continues till the desired temperature is reached.
Get non-stop hot water anywhere in the house while saving as much as 75-80% on your heating costs. A solitary heat pump installed anywhere in the house can supply hot water to all the bathrooms and kitchens.
Uses heat from the air to heat water and saves energy as much as 60-80%, when compared to oil fired boilers or electric water heaters. It is ideal for commercial applications like in hotels, hospitals, spas, hostels etc. where hot water is needed in large volumes. This range saves on operating costs by tapping into the heat in the air in a safe and affordable way. You can satisfy your customers while saving on your energy bills.
Major components of a heat pump water heater include a compressor, a refrigerant, two heat exchangers ( a condenser and an evaporator) and an expansion valve.
A solitary multi function heat pump is designed to supply hot water, room heating and room cooling. (Like a typical air conditioner).