Heat energy naturally transfers from warmer places to colder spaces. However, a heat pump can reverse this process, by absorbing heat from a cold space and releasing it to a warmer one. Heat is not conserved in this process and requires some amount of external energy, such as electricity. In...Read More
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We are pleased to present our Silesiaterm line for the preparation of central sanitary water for your facilities. Sanitary water heaters Silesiaterm EU high efficiency are designed to heat and store sanitary hot water. They contain one or two exchangers that are suitable for connection to a heat pump and...Read More
Air at any temperature above absolute zero contains some energy. An air-source heat pump transfers ('pumps') some of this energy as heat from one place to another, for example between the outside and inside of a building. This can provide space heating and/or hot water. A single system can be...Read More
When it comes to water as a heat source for heat pumps, it refers to the thermal energy of surface (stream, river, canal, lake, sea), underground or wastewater. It comes from solar energy or various processes (in the case of groundwater). The basic importance of water as a heat source...Read More
Ground source heat pumps extract heat from the ground by circulating fluid through buried pipes in horizontal trenches or vertical boreholes. Moreover, they concentrate heat by using a vapour compression cycle, and they transfer heat into buildings to provide heating and hot water without burning fossil fuels. See How GSHPs...Read More