A heat pump is a machine or device that moves heat from one location (the ‘source’) to another location (the ‘sink’ or ‘heat sink’) using mechanical work (Normally Electrical input). Most heat pump technology moves heat from a low temperature heat source to a higher temperature heat sink.
A lever can lift a load greater than the force used. As a heat pump is only moving the heat, the electrical input is the lever. The efficiency of the heat pump is called the COP, Co-efficiency of performance, varies from 3.0 to 5.0 on average.
- Typical 50% Reduction on Overall Building Carbon Emissions
- 40 to 60% reduction in running costs
- Typically 10 to 100% Renewable Content
- No Local Emissions or Pollution
- No External Equipment, Noise or Flues
- Zero to Low maintenance
- 15 to 20 life span commercially and longer in Domestic applications
- All Units Heat & Cool – No Fire Risk
- Plant Space Requirement are typically 50% Less than Conventional
- Can be fitted anywhere
- Adds to Property Value & Rentable Space
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