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Did you know that all the Air Conditioning units that Home Air Conditioning Essex installs offer highly efficient, reliable cooling and heating throughout the winter through an air source heat pump?
The best way to explain an Air Source Heat Pump is to first grapple with the idea that there is no such thing as cold, only different amounts of heat (energy) contained in something.
For example, when it’s 0 degrees C outside, most of us agree it’s freezing! But try looking at it this way – when it’s 0 degrees C outside, it is warmer than -20 and much warmer than – 40.
That means that even at 0 degrees C, there is still plenty of heat (energy) in the air. An Air Source Heat Pump rapidly removes this heat (energy) from the outside air, building it up to warm air supplied inside.
The process an Air Source Heat Pump uses is refrigeration, so let’s look at it this way:
Your fridge at home works in the same way. The inside is cold or freezing, and the outside (usually the back of the refrigerator) is warm. This is the same process as a Heat Pump. We move energy or heat from one place to another.
A Heat Pump is so efficient because the electrical energy used to run the heat isn’t used to create the heat (like a gas boiler or electric heater); it’s used to move the heat from one place to another. Because it’s only moving existing heat energy, its power consumption is only related to how efficiently it can move that heat, and these days it’s pretty efficient! You can typically expect to gain 3 to 4 kW of heat from just 1 kW of electricity. Wow!