Heat Pump for Heating and Cooling
A heat pump is an efficient and environmentally friendly technology for heating and cooling in private homes, apartments, offices, factories, or warehouse spaces. Heat pumps can operate in various modes: heating, cooling, and providing hot water.
Advantages of Heat Pumps
- Heat pumps require minimal electricity for their operation, which helps reduce heating costs compared to traditional systems. Approximately 80% of the required energy is extracted from the surrounding environment - air, water, or ground. As a result, depending on the type (air-source or geothermal), a heat pump can convert 1 kWh of electricity into 4-7 kWh of heat.
- Heat pumps generally require less maintenance compared to other heating systems, saving time and money. You don't need to worry about cleaning chimneys or removing soot and scale from the heat exchanger.
- Heat pumps can function both autonomously (monovalent mode) and in combination with other heat generators (bivalent mode), such as solar collectors, electric or pellet boilers (as backup heating sources).
- With proper maintenance, heat pumps can have a long service life, providing stable and reliable heating/cooling.
- Heat pumps are safer to operate compared to gas or solid fuel boilers, as they do not use open flames. There is also no risk of explosion or poisoning from combustion products, as can occur with gas equipment.
- In some countries and regions, there are government subsidy programs or financial incentives to promote the use of environmentally friendly heating systems like heat pumps. We hope that Ukraine will introduce its own support programs for energy-efficient and environmentally friendly equipment in the near future.
Assembly (installation) of heat pumps
It is worth noting that the installation of thermal has certain technical features and requires a professional approach to guarantee correct and efficient work. Also, the consequences of unqualified installation can lead to failure of expensive equipment. Therefore, the cost of installing a heat pump is somewhat higher compared to traditional heating systems. But over time, this difference will fully pay off due to reduced energy costs and easy operation of the device. By installing a heat pump, you get 3 functions in one device: heating (in winter), cooling (in summer) and hot water throughout the year.
Before carrying out installation work on the installation of a heat pump, it is necessary to carry out a project of engineering networks. Professional project allows you to avoid mistakes during installation and prevent heating networks from crossing with other communications in the house.
Also, if you are considering installing a heat pump, contact our engineers for a consultation to determine the most suitable type of heat pump for your particular facility. You can contact us in a way that is convenient for you.More about principle of heat pump operation