How do heat pumps work

How do air source heat pumps work?

Introducing the Panasonic Aquarea Air Source Heat Pump.

An Aquarea air source Heat Pump circulates fresh air and passes it over refrigerant-filled coils (like a refrigerator). The captured heat is automatically transferred to water, which is then ready for use in your heating system and for supplying all of your domestic hot water needs. Panasonic’s latest technology offers you a sustainable alternative to oil, LPG and electric heating systems.
“Green” High-efficiency heating with Panasonic’s Air to Water Heat Pump Systems Panasonic’s Aquarea Heat Pump provides savings of up to 80% on heating expenses compared to electrical heaters. For example, the Aquarea 3kW system has a COP of 5.33. This is 5.33 more than a conventional electrical heating system which has a maximum COP of 1. This is equivalent to an 80%* saving. Consumption can be further reduced by connecting photovoltaic solar panels to the Aquarea system.

Why Air Source Heat Pumps? · Heating, cooling and domestic hot water produced with a single system · Best in terms of efficiency: even at extreme outdoor temperatures · Environmentally advanced: can be connected to solar panels · T echnology that adapts to each home: extreme low temp, high temperature, whatever the climate · Wide range of solutions: floor heating, radiators and fan coils · Reduced heating bills and maintenance costs · Reduce your carbon footprint · Simple to integrate into existing heating systems
· Energy efficient alternative to oil, LPG and electric systems · Ideal for properties without access to mains gas · Externally positioned saving valuable internal living space

Aquarea Air to Water Heat Pump: An innovative low energy solution, designed to create great comfort at home even at extreme outdoor temperatures. Providing heat to radiators, underfloor heating, Fan Coils as well as producing domestic hot water.

For more information check our the Panasonic Website

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