The CO2 air-to-water heat pump uses natural carbon dioxide as a
refrigerant to heat hot water. It achieves an ultra-high performance
coefficient (COP) and provides ecological and economic benefits.
The air-to-water heat pump is a very efficient device that uses the heat
in the ambient air to produce hot water. Its heat output is approximately three
to five times that of electricity input.
The CO2 heat pump works in the opposite way to an air conditioning
system: it uses a refrigerant cycle with a compressor and a heat exchanger to
extract heat from the ambient air and transfer this heat to the water.
The unique ability of heat pumps to generate 90°C hot water makes them
suitable for a variety of industrial, commercial and residential projects,
including food processing plants, dairy products, shopping centers, apartments,
hotels, restaurants, hospitals, elderly care, entertainment and education