pump water heater is a very efficient device that uses energy from the ambient
air to generate heat. Heat pumps are three to five times more efficient than
gas boilers, while using (renewable) electricity instead of fossil fuels as an
heat pumps use the natural refrigerant CO2, which has a Global Warming
Potential (GWP) of just 1, which means the technology is green and
water heat pump are ideal for:
temperature domestic hot water production
Heating by high temperature radiators in existing moderately insulated houses.
1. High temperature
Supply water heated to high temperature.
used in Japan, it can provide water temperature up to 90℃, so that a large amount of hot
water (energy) can be stored in the water tank.
Absorb heat from the surrounding air, generating more heat than electricity
an environmental and household budget point of view, the advantages of such an
efficient system are enormous. Benefits may vary by country and region. In
Japan, the operating cost is 1/3 of the electric water heater and 1/4 of the
instant gas water heater.
Although FIT (feed-in tariff) is being cut in some areas, converting surplus
electricity into heat helps local consumption of locally produced electricity.
the situation of insufficient personal consumption, the system can be set to
heat water during the period when the electricity price is low, so as to
realize the optimal utilization of energy.
Natural refrigerants and electricity as heat source
electricity as an energy source. Therefore, no greenhouse gases are emitted
when the water is heated.
natural refrigerants to reduce the impact on the environment.
(Ozone Depletion Potential) is zero and GWP (Global Warming Potential) is 1.
on the market, the initial cost can be reduced through subsidies, and the
investment cost can be recovered through its lower operating cost.
structure without refrigerant.
anti-noise structure reduces the generated noise (sound pressure level) to 38
a user-friendly multifunctional remote control.
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