There is air – air, air – water, ground – water and water – water heat pumps. Accordingly, each of the heat pumps operates using a specific resource.
Air – air heat pump works similarly to an air conditioner, but it is also designed for space heating. We recommend installing such a heat pump in small rooms, such as a summer house.
Heat pump air – water transfers energy from the ambient air to the heating system. The device can be connected to a water heating system.
Ground – water heat pump uses the solar energy stored in the ground, which can be used for space heating. It is not the case that the earth accumulates solar heat only in the summer months, of course, it is the most active at this time of year, but this process takes place throughout the year. For example, in autumn, when the leaves of trees have fallen to the ground, they form a thick layer of leaves on the ground, and only a lot of energy has accumulated in the ground to heat the house throughout the cold season. This heat pump can also be used to cool the indoor temperature in hot weather.
Heat pump water – water. Water from the borehole is pumped to a heat pump, where its constant temperature is used for energy exchange.