What's an Air to water heat pump?
An Air to water heat pump System is an environmentally friendly water heating system that uses heat pump technology to extract heat from outdoor air and transfer it indoors.
What is a heat pump?
A heat pump extracts heat energy from the outdoor air. It requires only 1 kW of electricity to generate 3 to 5 kW heat energy.
Primary energy usage reduced substantially
Proportion of primary energy converted into heating energy of 100%
- The amount of electricity loss varies according to the power plant. Typical energy efficiency of a power plant: 36%
Advantages of an Air to water heat pump System
Less carbon dioxide emissions
Average annual carbon dioxide emissions
An Air to water heat pump system is an environmentally friendly system that emits substantially less carbon dioxide than conventional gas and hydrocarbon combustion systems.
- Calculations based on energy efficiency data provided by the European Programme for Energy Efficiency in EU-27: 89% for fuel boilers; 93% for gas boilers
Low running cost
Average annual running cost
High-efficiency heat pump technology keeps the running cost of an Air to water heat pump system lower than other types of water heater.
- The running cost may vary depending on a system's installation, geographical location, and operating conditions.
Clean and safe
As an Air to water heat pump system does not use a burner to heat water, it does not produce NOx or other harmful substances.
Easy to install and maintain
Well-designed hydraulic indoor unit
All components are built into a compact outdoor unit or a hydraulic indoor unit.
The sophisticated arrangement of hydraulic indoor units makes piping and maintenance work easy.
Water heated by an Air to water heat pump system using clean energy is delivered reliably and comfortably throughout the house, including the living room, bedrooms, bathrooms, and swimming pool.