How Do Heat Pumps Work?

The overall process works similarly to air conditioning in the winter. The unit sucks heat from the outside air and blows it into a room.

Heat pump systems use quality fans to suck in ambient air and harness any heat energy contained within it.

The unit then converts the air into a liquid gas or refrigerant using an evaporator. It then heats up in a compressor as it’s exposed to high amounts of pressure.

These systems then pump the hot gas they’ve created into coils surrounding a water tank.

Once the water in a heat pump system reaches its desired temperature, the liquid air returns to the evaporator. It’s either released back into the atmosphere or reused when the process starts.

These hot water units have been designed specifically for Australian conditions. They can run in ambient temperatures ranging from -7–40℃ without a hitch.

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