Air / Water
AIR - WATER heat pumps are widely used for quick, convenient and efficient room heating. This is probably the most popular type of heating today. Air/water heat pump heating is suitable for all buildings, both old and new. When installing a heat pump, you don't have to think about buying fuel, storing it or worry about choosing a gas supplier. Heat pumps can be equipped with an integrated water heater to supply hot water to the residents of the house, or with the option of connecting an additional tank for hot water storage.
Air-Water heat pumps have become the most popular heat pumps because they are able to deliver good efficiency and, in addition, very simple and quick installation - no earthworks are required, and the system costs are equivalent to both pellet heating and gas heating, no permits are required and in addition design as in the case of gas heating. The air-water heat pump will work most efficiently in combination with warm floors (or warm walls).
Air / Air
Efficient Air - Air heat pumps are designed for convenient and economical heating of rooms using the energy in the outdoor air. Heat pumps with different technical characteristics adapt to individual customer needs and living space requirements. We work with time-tested partners who can ensure high heat pump productivity, simple equipment maintenance and longevity. Modern design equipment will be perfect for both classic and modern interiors. Air-to-air heat pumps can be installed in virtually any house of any size or layout, in newly built and older homes.
Air - Air heat pumps are usually used for heating small residential buildings or saunas. It would be advisable if the area of the heated building did not exceed 70 m2, and the building had an open layout without small corridors and branched groups of rooms. Air - The air heat pump works on a similar principle to the air-to-water heat pump, only the main difference is that the internal part of the heat pump heats the air blown by the internal unit instead of the water in the heating system.
An air-to-air heat pump works exactly like a well-known air conditioner, only its components are adapted to operate at lower air temperatures, and the outdoor unit is adapted to ensure that it does not freeze during the winter heating months.
In order to determine the required power of the heat pump, it is necessary to consult with a specialist who, guided by the data of the building, will find a device with the appropriate power.