Operation and Installation for the Air | Water Heat Pump
Operation and Installation of WPL Air – Water Heat Pumps
Our wall-mounted units use the latest in heat-pump technology combined with advanced engineering and design to make them ideal for all rooms in the house.
The VRV IV S-Series Heat Pump offers a space saving solution without compromising on efficiency. It covers all thermal needs of a building via a single point of contact: accurate temperature control, ventilation, air handling units and Biddle air cutains.
VRV IV heat pump for residential and light commercial applications. Energy efficient heating system based on air source heat pump technology. Low energy bills and low CO2 emissions.
Air source heat pumps require little installation effort – and this makes them more affordable to buy and more suitable to use when modernising an existing heating system. In the new build, too, this form of heating technology is highly desirable because of its efficiency, and it can be employed in low energy houses, for example.
High-grade DHW heat pumps from STIEBEL ELTRON utilise free environmental energy for DHW heating and thereby provide an efficient, environmentally responsible solution for the year-round generation of hot water using renewable energy.
Cylinders are not only made to store heat, but they can also guarantee the efficient operation of a heating system or a heat pump. When it comes to thermal stores, we generally differentiate between a buffer and DHW cylinders. Whilst buffer cylinders are designed for central heating back up, DHW cylinders are used in order to ensure a reliable provision of domestic hot water.
The Kwikpump Industrial heat pump has the following features: industrial and commercial application to heat large volumes of water, works in all weather conditions and even at night, micro-computer controlled with timer function, the heat pump automatically starts up and stops according to the water temperature and the set temperature setting, high efficiency heat exchanger, provides the same amount of hot water at a third of the cost, environmentally friendly…
Electricity consumption is only used to transfer heat from the surrounding environment, such as air. The heat pump has the ability to absorb heat (not create heat) and transfer heat by means of a refrigerant, which captures the heat in the ambient air and transfers it to heat water.