Why does your air source heat pump consume so much electricity? Talking about the 3 factors of heat pump heatingFirst of all apologize, I am very sorry to everyone. Because of this COVID-19 epidemic, the editor has been trapped in the countryside and made meager contributions. As a result, many private comments and invitations received did not respond in time. I am really sorry everyone. Today, I will share with you some answers about air source heat pump costs by Tyler chen, general manager of Leomon air source water heater heating on the Heat Pump Business School Qianchao platform. I hope to help everyone who is concerned about me and interested in air energy.
Why does your air source heat pump consume so much electricity? Similar to the economics of air source heat pumps, there are actually many factors that affect the heating cost of heat pumps:
1. The structure of the room, are there any heat preservation measures? If there is heat preservation, the heat dissipation of the room will be slower. If a variable frequency unit is used, it can be converted to low frequency operation, while if a fixed frequency unit is used, the operation can be suspended, thereby reducing energy consumption the goal of.
2. Is the selected unit suitable? If the configuration is small, the room temperature cannot meet the requirements, which will cause the unit to operate continuously for 24 hours. If the configuration is too large, the power consumption will definitely be high.
3. Is the indoor heat dissipation end reasonable? Common ends include floor heating coils, radiators and fan coils. New buildings give priority to floor heating coils. Floor heating coils have relatively low water temperature requirements, generally not exceeding 40°C. Under low temperature conditions, the energy consumption is relatively low; the renovation project gives priority to radiators. The general ratio of radiators is not enough. When designing, the number of radiators should be increased accordingly; if heating is considered, cooling should also be considered. , Then it is suitable to choose a fan coil. It is recommended that a floor-mounted fan coil is blown from the bottom up, which is ergonomic.
Of course, the above are all cases where electricity was found to be relatively expensive just after installation. For example, it is unreasonable that a heating area of 100 square meters uses several hundred degrees a day. If it was only ten degrees a day at the beginning, suddenly it would cost dozens or even Baidu electricity, then don't think about it, call the after-sales service, the air source heat pump has failed, haha.