Air to Water Heat Pumps
Air-to-water heat pumps are designed for heating of premises (using radiators or a floor heating system) and domestic preparation of hot water using the energy present in the outdoor air. This is an environment-friendly and sustainable system using renewable energy resources. Air-to-water heat pumps may be installed in the home of any size or with any layout, and the location of installation of indoor units is not important for this system.
The correct choice of heat pump can be the sole source of your heating. Most often this heat pump installation is done during construction, where there is no other form of heating installed. However, air-to-water heat pump is easy to integrate into existing solid or liquid fuel heating system.
With extremely high air-to-water heat pump efficiency ensuring low heating costs. In some cases, the coefficient of performance (COP) up to 4.46! This means that by consuming 1 kWh of electricity MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC heat pump can give 4.46 kW of heat energy!
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC new PUHZ-SW and PUHZ-SHW series air-to-water heat pumps can prepare up to 60C temperature of hot water. Outdoor unit power usually selected according to house area and hot water demand. Heat pumps high efficiently and economically working with the new “all-in-one” ECODIS water tanks with 200l capacity. This system required very little space, simple to install, also allowing to follow the history of consumption of electric power.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC air-to-water heat pumps are highly efficient, reliable, economical and ECO friendly systems. They do not need daily maintenance, and can be installed in any small room.
Air to Water Heat Pump (IVT AirX)
With an air source heat pump there is no need to dig or drill. Instead the energy is sourced straight from the surrounding air. For a complete system that covers all your heating requirements, including hot water, you need an air/water heat pump. These are by far the most popular Heat pumps on the market due to their simplicity and cost effectiveness.
Lower investment cost.
No impact on the ground.
No large plot needed
What exactly is a heat pump? How does it work?
The basic principle is as simple as it is brilliant: take the free energy that exists in the air and ground, and convert it into heating for a house. But things are rarely this straightforward. As the popularity of heat pumps has grown, so has the number of options. Today homeowners who have decided to do something about their heating costs can find it difficult to get an overview of the world of heat pumps.