CO2 heat pumps offer excellent performance and environmental benefits for a variety of applications and are very energy efficient, resulting in significant reductions in electricity and carbon emissions.
CO2 heat pumps use safe and efficient CO2 as a refrigerant, which is a natural gas compared to other products using standard refrigerants, which is not harmful to the ecological environment. Additionally, the heat pump provides a constant supply of hot water from 60°C to 90°C and maintains full capacity at low ambient temperatures, so has the added benefit of not requiring an external heating source, reducing installation time and costs.
Benefits of CO2 Heat Pumps
1. 60°C to 90°C water supply, even when the outdoor temperature is as low as -25°C
2. Capable of maintaining 100% capacity at -7°C
3. Highest coefficient of performance in the industry (4.3 mid-season)*
4. Significantly reduce operating costs and CO2 emissions
5. GWP (Global Warming Potential) = 1 and ODP (Ozone Depletion Potential) = 0
6. Advanced yet easy to operate touch screen panel with LCD
7. Humanized schedule setting and one-click setting operation
8. High quality robust technology
9. Long life expectancy
CO2 heat pumps can be used in a variety of commercial facilities, including:
1. Hotels and Hospitality
2. Office Building
3. University and dorms
4. Residential high-rise
5. Industrial facilities
6. Health care facilities
How CO2 Heat Pumps Work
CO2 heat pumps take "free" heat from the outdoor air and amplify it to produce hot water quickly and efficiently, and can produce hot water up to 90°C without additional electric immersion heaters. A heat pump uses a coil of cold refrigerant to absorb "free" heat from the outside air and uses its unique 2-stage compressor to put the refrigerant under high pressure to raise its temperature. The onboard heat exchanger then uses the heat from the refrigerant to generate hot water.
CO2 heat pumps seek to provide energy, cost and carbon savings. The heat pump is most efficient when supplied with cold water, so cold water is supplied to the heat pump from the bottom of the tiered storage vessel.
CO2 heat pumps provide efficient and clean space heating using a low GWP (1) natural refrigerant (R744)
Due to the use of natural refrigerants, it is cleaner than any conventional type of heat pump refrigerant such as R410A or R407C.
Its flexibility allows it to be installed in many heating applications and is an effective replacement for traditional gas and oil boilers.