HEAT PUMP PRODUCTS SUMMARY
A) >850C TWO-STAGE HEAT PUMP;
This heat pump is essential to convert old boiler as the older LPHW systems are design for 70/90C conditions so we can plug & play these heat pumps to older properties. This heat pump is a two stage (i.e., two compressors running together in cascade format) although this concept is nearly 30~40% higher in cost than single compressor version but if offers down to -350C operation, far less defrost as second stage never defrost and half of the first stage defrost, rapid response and may eliminate the need for a buffer vessel.
B) >70C SINGLE STAGE HEAT PUMP;
New condensing boilers tend to operate around 700C levels as that is the optimum so if we are going to replace these systems 700C heat pump would be ideal and we have these new heat pumps looks like exactly like all others but provides 700C water supply as opposed to conventional 55~600C units.
C) >600C HEAT PUMP WITH BUILT-IN TANK;
Any conventional installation using 55~600C water supply and requiring a buffer tank this heat pump complete with internal buffer tank eliminates internal hot water tank + heat pump buffer requirements. Again, the idea stays outside the house and as little disruption as possible internally.
D) 50~600C CONVENTIONAL LOW TEMPERATURE HEAT PUMPs;
These are standard single stage heat pumps for both heating and cooling options.
E) R744 (CO2) HEAT PUMPS;
CO2 heat pumps offer environmentally friendly refrigerant options with relatively high temperature water supply.
F) >1200C INDUSTRIAL HEAT PUMPS / STEAM GENERATORS;
Utilising the benefit of CO2 heat pumps one can produce temperature for water vapour at 1250C and in fact using special heat exchanger these industrial CO2 heat pumps can produce as high as 1600C water vapour in order replace the industrial boilers.
G) HEAT PUMPS AUXILIARY SYSTEMS;
Heat pumps with fan coil units offer both cooling and heating capabilities without extra costs. These units provide higher efficiency and quick response, making them a valuable addition to any heat pump installation.